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06 September 2018
DYLAN Roberts, a fisheries scientist at Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT), is drumming up support to secure much-needed funds for a revolutionary piece of technology that could unlock the mystery of declining sea trout numbers.
24 August 2018
FARMERS, facilitators, advisors, policy makers and those passionate about wildlife will be heading to The Birmingham & Midland Institute for the second Farmer Cluster Conference on November 1st.
21 August 2018
BREEDING woodcock are more common in larger, better connected and more varied woodland areas in Britain, a new study has shown.
20 August 2018
YOUNG artists in Perth and Kinross are being urged to get creative by the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT).
17 August 2018
RENOWNED wildlife artist Owen Williams has produced a stunning picture in the latest innovate way to help save the UK’s declining curlew.
14 August 2018
THE new chairman of the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) is ready to embrace the ‘huge challenges’ ahead as we enter a Brexit era.
IN response to the publication of the Watson and Wilson (2018) paper on mountain hare populations, David Noble, Chairman (Scotland) of GWCT, has said the following.
02 August 2018
THE publication from fisheries scientists at the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) illustrates the challenges facing Britain’s freshwater fish.
31 July 2018
COMMUNITIES in the Strathbraan area of Perthshire approached GWCT in 2016 to help them find ways to improve the breeding and survival chances of wading birds, such as curlew and lapwing, being predated by ravens.
THE Moorland Association and the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) are celebrating the most successful hen harrier breeding season in England for over a decade.
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