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26 April 2018
TWO fisheries scientists from the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust, Stephen Gregory and Rasmus Lauridsen, have been invited to sit on the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea’s (ICES) working groups for salmon and trout.
23 April 2018
THE fisheries team at GWCT is set to receive a boost from funds raised through a newly-designed badge.
22 January 2018
A MULTI-MILLION pound project that will provide crucial evidence to strengthen the protection of salmon and sea trout at sea has officially launched.
31 August 2017
A WORRYING decline in numbers of young salmon has been announced by the fisheries team at the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT), who have been working with Cefas and the Environment Agency 1.
31 May 2017
An environmental project that will provide vital research on rapidly declining salmon and sea trout (Salmonid) populations is set to receive a multimillion pound investment from the EU’s Interreg France (Channel) England programme.
21 June 2016
The University of Southampton celebrated World Fish Migration Day at two events last month and also raised money for salmon research at the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust.
The Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust is looking for volunteers to help with salmon parr tagging on the River Frome in Dorset.
19 May 2016
The University of Southampton celebrates World Fish Migration Day (WFMD) this month, while raising money for salmon research at the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT).
10 May 2016
The fifth annual Julian Gardner Awards photographic competition is now open for entries. The Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) is calling on all amateur nature photographers to take part.
19 November 2015
Populations of reintroduced and escaped Eurasian beaver currently exist in England and Scotland and concerns have been raised that beavers, and more specifically the dams that they construct, may negatively impact populations of migratory fish, particularly salmon and trout, due to impeding their movements and fragmenting important habitat.
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