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11 December 2018
NATURE lovers across the country are being urged to take part in the Big Farmland Bird Count (BFBC), which is back for the sixth successive year.
10 December 2018
GWCT Wales is calling for more people to support the good work being done in the Welsh countryside, which is losing biodiversity at an alarming rate.
04 December 2018
SHORTLISTED nominees in the GWCT Game & Wildlife Schools’ Art Competition were invited with their families and friends to the AK Bell Library in Perth last week to find out who this year's winners are.
03 December 2018
WHO is responsible for our wildlife? is the question the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) is hoping to answer in a new campaign.
15 November 2018
THE Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) Cymru will be hosting three winter events in North Wales to promote the scientific research carried out over the past 80 years needed to underpin sustainable conservation practice in the future.
06 November 2018
THOSE who are passionate about wildlife were left enthused by a series of heartfelt talks as the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust’s Farmer Cluster Conference proved to be a real hit.
29 October 2018
SIMPLE, voluntary and highly-inclusive is how GWCT Cymru sees future direction for land management schemes in Wales post Brexit.
12 October 2018
LOVERS of the British countryside in Wiltshire can attend an insightful talk about topical issues by a team of conservation experts.
10 October 2018
ON the 20th September 2018, Natural Resources Wales (NRW) formally took the decision to not renew leases for pheasant shooting rights on its land, when they come to an end in March 2019.
09 October 2018
AN international project, led by the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT), aiming to overturn the declining numbers of grey partridges and other farmland wildlife has received a boost.
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