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31 July 2017
THE deputy director of research at the Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) has been awarded a prestigious higher doctorate.
29 July 2017
A STABILISATION in costs was a key trend from the results of the seventh Shoot Benchmarking Survey run by Savills and the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT).
19 July 2017
THE role of the wider shooting community in maintaining standards has been highlighted in the updated Code of Good Shooting Practice released today.
30 June 2017
AN Oxfordshire gamekeeper has been crowned this year’s champion for grey partridge conservation in the Cotswold area.
29 June 2017
A NEW project that aims to improve the conservation of bats on farmland has been launched by a charity in Fordingbridge after getting the go-ahead for National Lottery funding.
27 June 2017
A FUND that will provide budding scientists and land managers the chance to explore ecological research has been launched in memory of an internationally-renowned scientist, who has died aged 77.
20 June 2017
An example of different groups working closely together to conserve declining birds is being led by a Fordingbridge-based charity.
19 June 2017
In Britain, grey partridge numbers have dropped by an astonishing 80% since 1945. In order to show people how to save this beautiful and iconic bird of the British countryside, the Lincolnshire Grey Partridge Group will be holding an evening dedicated to informing farmers and land managers of how they can help to reverse this alarming decline in numbers.
13 June 2017
A day of sporting challenges in Kendal, Cumbria has raised just over £7,000 for wildlife research. The Levens Team Challenge was arranged by the Lancashire and Cumbria branches of the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT), and the money raised will go towards funding their groundbreaking conservation research.
07 June 2017
There is no question that the illegal killing of wildlife is unacceptable. The GWCT welcomes the insight of Scottish Natural Heritage’s report on the fates of satellite-tracked golden eagles and looks forward to scrutinising it in greater depth. We will be working with partners across the conservation sector and in government to develop policy and management that will address the issues raised in this and other reports on the conservation status of important species.
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