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10 August 2017
A NEW booklet which explains the science behind grouse shooting and moorland management has been unveiled by the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) ahead of the start of the shooting season on the Glorious Twelfth (August 12).
08 August 2017
An award-winning farm in Suffolk that specialises in wild partridge and pheasant is hosting a walk next month.
03 August 2017
William Shakespeare is helping to conserve the British countryside centuries after his death, as an open air production of his best-loved comedy has raised vitally-needed funds for the UK's leading wildlife research charity.
02 August 2017
As the 2017/18 season approaches, the UK's leading game research charity is urging shoots around the country to help raise funds by running a shoot sweepstake. The money raised is an essential contribution to funding vital research into wildlife conservation and to demonstrate good game management is good for the countryside.
01 August 2017
ENTRIES are now open for a prestigious photography competition which is run each year by Fordingbridge-based charity Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT).
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.
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