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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.
13 June 2019
GENUINE progress has been made and three new general licences released by Defra today are fit for purpose in most circumstances. However significant work still remains regarding protected sites, the leading countryside organisations have said.
29 May 2019
A NEW study has revealed a range of factors that cause a variation in predation by magpies on farmland songbirds.
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.
20 May 2019
RICHARD Negus has raised £2,200 towards the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust’s (GWCT) vital research into an endangered species, the grey partridge.
14 May 2019
BUSHCRAFT expert Ray Mears has pledged his support to the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) campaign that aims to improve awareness and understanding of how the countryside works.
11 May 2019
KEEN amateur wildlife photographers with a passion for wildlife have until the end of the month to enter this year's Julian Gardner Awards.
10 May 2019
A CURLEW that has been incubated as an egg and reared in its local landscape – a process known as headstarting - has successfully returned home for the first time ever.
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.
17 April 2019
THE curlew’s evocative call is much-loved by generations of Scots, particularly in the south-west and the Borders, where it was often better known as the whaup.