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08 March 2019
AS we edge closer to 29 March, and whatever that may bring, we also move closer to Scotland’s first GAME conference, organised by the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust, which will be a major focus for all those involved in the game and conservation sectors in Scotland and beyond.
FIFTEEN scientists from eight European countries met in Dorchester last week to discuss strategies to help assess and manage sea trout populations across Europe.
07 March 2019
JONATHAN Reynolds reminded a packed audience of land managers at the second GWCT Game conference that there was only one year left before the use of Fenn traps for stoats becomes ILLEGAL in the UK.
01 March 2019
TIME is running out to win an exclusive shooting prize in Devon.
27 February 2019
SPEAKING at an All-Party Parliamentary Group event organised by the GWCT in Westminster yesterday, Simon Thorp, chairman of the England and Wales Wildfire Forum, says we need to be “braver” and “bolder” in accepting that fire management is part of wildfire control and sound conservation advice.
26 February 2019
YOUR chance of winning the ultimate prize in fieldsports is better than ever before.
21 February 2019
TIME has arrived for farmers, land managers and gamekeepers to get involved in a project that aims to better understand and conserve an iconic farmland bird.
20 February 2019
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14 February 2019
A WRITER is swapping his pen for his walking shoes as he’s taking on a 65-mile hike across the Suffolk Coastal Path to raise funds for the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT).
13 February 2019
FARMER and conservationist Terry Mills hosted a bird count at his farm in Cruglas, near Swyddffynon in Ceredigion to mark the start of this year’s Big Farmland Bird Count (BFBC).
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