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25 June 2019
The GWCT in Scotland has stressed that evidence must have a vital part to play in the consultation on Green MSP Alison Johnstone’s proposed bill that, among other measures, is seeking a ban on the control of mountain hares.
21 June 2019
A NEW project that aims to reverse the declines of wild pollinators is set to receive a multi-million pound investment from the EU’s North Sea Region Interreg Programme.
20 June 2019
A EUROPEAN project that strives to increase the grey partridge population through high levels of biodiversity has received a three-year extension.
A NORFOLK farmer has been recognised by the farming and conservation industry for his outstanding efforts to promote good habitat and environmental management on his farm.
14 June 2019
PROVIDING habitat, food and protection – known as the three-legged stool approach – could help our ground-nesting birds thrive in Wales, according to leading research organisation the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT).
13 June 2019
GENUINE progress has been made and three new general licences released by Defra today are fit for purpose in most circumstances. However significant work still remains regarding protected sites, the leading countryside organisations have said.
11 June 2019
THE National Gamekeepers’ Organisation (NGO) and the Scottish Gamekeepers Association (SGA) are delighted to announce that the deadline for their joint 2019 Conservation Survey has been extended to June 30th 2019.
06 June 2019
THE annual National Silver Lapwing Award ceremony will take place on June 17th.
COUNTRYSIDE issues will be tackled by a team of experts at GWCT’s live theatre stand throughout the 2019 Scottish Game Fair (July 5th to 7th).
04 June 2019
THE Duke of Westminster, Hugh Grosvenor, paid a visit to the GWCT headquarters in Fordingbridge this week to find out about the current work our scientists are doing to help make the countryside rich in game and wildlife.
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