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15 July 2019
AS it is anticipated that pink salmon will appear in UK rivers in large numbers this year, ecologists across the UK are teaming up to explore the presence of invasive pink salmon and their potential impacts.
26 June 2019
George Fleming kindly provided a tour of his family farm at Aberbothrie, Airlie this week to pupils from Longforgan Primary. The trip was arranged as part of the prize to Prithvi Sudarshan, one of the two winners from the 2018 Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) Perth and Kinross Art Competition.
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.
20 June 2019
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).
06 June 2019
THE annual National Silver Lapwing Award ceremony will take place on June 17
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30 May 2019
ANOTHER great night was enjoyed by all at the GWCT Scottish Auction held at Prestonfield House on Thursday 2 May, generously sponsored by Pentland Landrover, Saffery Champness and Rathbone Investment Management.
23 May 2019
LEARN about woodland management from leading industry experts at the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust’s (GWCT) Allerton Project in Leicestershire at this information-packed event.
21 May 2019
ECOLOGICAL aspirations can be extremely challenging for dairy farmers but increasing the songbird population alongside profitable farming is achievable, according to the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) Wales.
02 May 2019
THE newly-appointed co-ordinator of the Partridge Count Scheme (PCS) is calling on farmers, gamekeepers and land managers to return their spring counts before it’s too late.