07 September 2022
GWCT calls for urgent policy and practical action to enable reductions in predation pressure on the threatened capercaillie.
02 September 2022
The annual Charity Clay Shoot at Warter Priory Estate in East Yorkshire has raised an incredible £135,000 for the UK's leading wildlife research charity the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT). The money will go towards the vital scientific research carried out by the GWCT to enhance the British countryside for public benefit.
31 August 2022
Defra and the Welsh Government have today set out practical guidance to support land managers, the public and ornithological and environmental organisations in their response to the growing threat of avian influenza to wild birds, working alongside government action to monitor the disease.
16 August 2022
At the kind invitation of Ed Nesling and RR Countryside Services, the GWCT Grey Partridge Walk on 8 September 2022 offers an opportunity to visit Flea Barn and learn how Ed has made the habitat improvements work alongside the farming enterprise.
12 August 2022
As pupils return to school for the beginning of a new school year, the GWCT has once again launched its Schools Art Competition, which is open to all pupils across Perth and Kinross, Angus, and Aberdeenshire.
11 August 2022
The 4th Wykeham Charity Clay Shoot held on 26 May this year raised over £50,000 with the proceeds being split between Ryedale Special Families, the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust and Scarborough & Ryedale Mountain Rescue.
09 August 2022
A rural business in the Cotswolds has received a special award for its contribution to the 2022 GWCT Big Farmland Bird Count. Overbury Enterprises was given the award in recognition of its long-term participation in the national bird survey run by the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT).
03 August 2022
The Wales director of a conservation charity is on a mission to bring urban and rural communities closer together through better education and communication about country pursuits and game management.
18 July 2022
As Welsh farmers gather at the Royal Welsh Show, a leading conservation charity is uniting farmers to deliver a better future. GWCT Wales will launch its Working Conservationists Farming Community at the Llanelwedd showground on Tuesday 19th July. All are invited to the launch, which will take place on the FUW stand at 2pm.
14 July 2022
Joint Statement by Afonydd Cymru, The Angling Trust, WildFish Wales (formerly Salmon & Trout Conservation Wales) and The Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) Wales.
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