23 June 2021
A special rifle event is being held in Gloucestershire this September to raise vital funds for the UK's leading wildlife research charity, the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT).
22 June 2021
Strong numbers of lapwing chicks in the Hampshire Avon Valley this Spring show that a community conservation project has left a lasting legacy.
15 June 2021
With the future direction of landscape management, it has never been more important to balance an enhanced environment with sustainable food production and to be able to communicate this to a wider audience.
14 June 2021
The Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) has published the 2020 annual report for the Game & Wildlife Scottish Demonstration Farm at Auchnerran on Deeside and, despite the pandemic impacting on research and demonstration activity, the farming operation performed well over the year.
The wild grey partridge, Perdix perdix, has long been considered Britain’s most treasured gamebird, yet it is also one of our fastest declining birds. Now, one of Europe’s biggest and longest-running bird surveys is encouraging fans of the grey partridge to help safeguard its future.
03 June 2021
Despite the obvious challenges, the GWCT was determined to run its Grampian Schools’ Art Competition last year with sponsorship from 13 local Grampian estates and local artist Mel Shand giving her time to head the judging panel.
Tracking feral mountain goats up the craggy cliffs of the Llŷn Peninsula is no easy challenge, as the BBC’s Matt Baker found out when he visited a new project that is monitoring the local population.
02 June 2021
Rory Kennedy has been appointed as the new Director Scotland, Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust. Rory was formerly Chair of the Scottish Country Sports Tourism Group (SCSTG) and a member of the Conservation Capital senior team, a global consultancy providing business-led conservation solutions.
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