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10 November 2017
A PLACEMENT student at the Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust in Fordingbridge scooped a silver medal with Great Britain’s Under 21s’ hockey team.
02 November 2017
The UK's leading wildlife research charity is offering shooters in and around Berkshire the opportunity to win a top prize - and in the process raise funds for ground-breaking conservation science.
31 October 2017
THE deadline for applications to a fund set-up in memory Dr Dick Potts, the former director-general of the Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT), has been extended until next year.
27 October 2017
ORGANISATIONS involved in shooting and gamebird management have welcomed a big fall in the amount of antibiotic used in the rearing of pheasants and partridges in the UK.
26 October 2017
THE Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) would like to inform members that British authorities are increasingly concerned about the possible return of avian influenza following a number of outbreaks in continental Europe.
25 October 2017
A FARM walk round one of the 10 Interreg PARTRIDGE demonstration sites is taking place tomorrow (October 26).
23 October 2017
A NEW badge has just been released by the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) to raise awareness of a species in danger of extinction.
18 October 2017
THE importance of farmers working together to nurture wildlife on their farms was highlighted at a hugely-successful national conference organised by the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) in conjunction with Natural England and held in the Royal Geographical Society, London, on 12 October.
17 October 2017
THE prestigious RSPB posthumous medal was recently collected by Olga Potts in memory of internationally-recognised ecologist Dick Potts at the charity’s Members’ Day and AGM.
11 October 2017
THE future of rural payments, curlew and a brush with woodcock are the topics to be addressed by three key speakers at a Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) drinks party in Shropshire.
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