29 November 2023
The winner of the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust’s annual gun raffle has been presented with his prize – a Beretta SL3 worth £21,350 – at a ceremony in London.
23 November 2023
It was an historic day in an historic setting as the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust signed the Armed Forces Covenant onboard HMS Victory.
13 November 2023
Only 24 hours after the GWCT and representatives of Scotland’s land management community gave evidence to the Rural Affairs and Islands Committee on the vital conservation need for the retention of HCRs under licence, Scottish Government announced it intends to implement a full ban.
16 October 2023
A new set of coins coming into circulation are highlighting the plight of several threatened species that are the focus of research carried out by the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust.
The infrastructure of the assurance scheme built by British Game Assurance (BGA) will be transferred to Aim to Sustain (A2S), it was announced today (Monday October 16th).
13 October 2023
A new project by the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust is trying to find out if larger numbers of lapwing chicks can survive on farmland fallow plots if provided with more space to hide from predators and increased levels of invertebrates to feed on.
18 September 2023
Lapwings use the shape of their nests and surroundings to hide from predators, new research carried out in collaboration with the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust shows.
08 September 2023
The Royal Agricultural Society of England has awarded its 2023 National Agricultural Award to Dr Alastair Leake, the Director of Policy at the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust.
07 September 2023
New research by the GWCT has shown that capercaillie numbers in Scotland have nearly halved in ten years, with as few as 304 birds remaining in 2020, compared to 580 in 2010. The figures show capercaillie heading towards extinction unless further measures are put in place to save this iconic bird.
21 August 2023
As the Bro Cors Caron SMS project comes to an end, we were fortunate to have a visit to Cruglas Farm from the Welsh Government’s Director for Rural Affairs, Gian Marco Currado.
© 2023 Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust
Charity registered in England and Wales, 1112023, in Scotland SC038868