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22 February 2017
The WPA & GWCT are working with Greek hunting organisation KOMATH on the conservation of Black-necked pheasants in the Nestos Delta, north-east Greece.
17 February 2017
The Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) is to hold a fundraising Clay Pigeon Shoot in Oxfordshire this April to raise money for its groundbreaking scientific research.
16 February 2017
The Artemisan Foundation of Spain recently invited GWCT Director of Research, Nick Sotherton and Wetlands Ecologist Carlos Sánchez to speak at its launch presentation in Madrid.
13 February 2017
Savills and the GWCT have launched their annual free Shoot Benchmarking Survey, which compares a shoot’s operations against similar shoots, aiding the identification of areas for improvement and refinement.
11 February 2017
Today is the United Nations International Day of Women and Girls in Science, which is being celebrated in all fields of science, including at the GWCT.
31 January 2017
The GWCT is urging all those who are involved with gamebirds to read the official advice guidelines on gamebirds and avian flu, which were issued recently.
As the Big Farmland Bird Count is about to begin the GWCT urges farmers to get out and count
27 January 2017
The winner was recently presented with his prize of a pair of bespoke William Powell Perdix shotguns by Andrew Gilruth of the GWCT and Mark Osborne of William Powell
24 January 2017
Shooting enthusiasts in and around Norfolk are being offered the chance to win a unique prize – and raise money for the UK's foremost wildlife research charity in the process.
The GWCT has just published a new detailed report, ‘Guidelines for sustainable gamebird and songbird feeding’ following extensive research into this widespread management practice.
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