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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.
01 May 2019
LEADING countryside organisations discussed a range of issues the shooting industry faces at an event in Nottinghamshire last week.
30 April 2019
A SURVEY which reviews and assesses the performances of shoots across the UK is now open for submission.
26 April 2019
AN organic dairy farm in north Wales is hosting a specialised seminar on how soil and biodiversity should fit into future schemes.
SHOOTING and countryside organisations have united to demand the utter chaos caused by Natural England’s decision to change General Licences, to allow control certain species of birds, is minimised and resolved as quickly as possible.
18 April 2019
A RANGE of vehicles, from vintage cars and 4x4s to motorbikes and sports cars, are set to converge at a fundraising event for the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT).
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.
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