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30 July 2018
THE Curlew Country project - part of the UK lowland recovery programme - is taking drastic action to help save a threatened species.
25 July 2018
THE desperate need to halt alarming wildlife declines in the Welsh countryside was the theme at today’s Royal Welsh Show at the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) Cymru briefing.
24 July 2018
THE GWCT would like to inform its stakeholders there have been several recently reported outbreaks of Newcastle Disease (ND) in commercial poultry and smallholder flocks in Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg.
A NEW pheasant badge is GWCT’s latest initiative in promoting best practice in game management.
THE Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) is encouraging shoots around the country to join up to its Shoot Sweepstake Initiative in time for the 2018/2019 season.
17 July 2018
THE extraordinary conservation successes achieved by private land managers has been captured in a new collection of case studies by the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) titled Working Conservationists: The Land Managers Saving British Wildlife.
13 July 2018
GIVING FARMERS CONTROL is key to any future agri-environment scheme, according to leading research charity Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT).
09 July 2018
A farmer has been recognised by the farming and conservation industry for his outstanding efforts to promote good habitat and environmental management on his farm.
06 July 2018
A memorable mid-summer’s evening walk on the Stiperstones was ultimately rewarded with the evocative call of curlews for members of the Shropshire branch of the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT).
02 July 2018
THE GWCT has praised the Royal Family in its commitment to boosting grey partridge numbers at Sandringham Estate after the Queen’s retiring agent Sir Marcus O’Lone and head keeper David Clark won a prestigious conservation award.
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