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05 April 2017
It is with great sadness that we report the death of Dr. Dick Potts, our former Director General and Director of Research. He died on 30 March, aged 78. Read more
13 March 2017
The Hampshire branch of a leading wildlife charity will be holding a clay shooting day near Basingstoke on Sunday 7th May to raise funds for their vital scientific research.
06 March 2017
As further cases of avian flu are confirmed, the GWCT offers advice on the implications for game birds.
03 March 2017
As the serious and notifiable disease H5N8 bird flu continues to be found in wild birds and some kept flocks in the UK, government has come together with countryside and shooting organisations, including the GWCT, to issue important information to all involved with gamebirds.
27 February 2017
Defra annouces new plans to reduce the risk of avian flu in England after 28 February.
24 February 2017
Do you have a son or daughter, grandchild, niece or nephew with an interest in shooting? If so, the Northamptonshire branch of the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) could have a perfect present for them in the form of the Young Shots Shoot Raffle.
22 February 2017
Shooting enthusiasts in Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire are being offered the chance to win a spectacular sporting day on four of their counties’ biggest shoots in a new raffle from the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT), the UK’s leading wildlife research charity.
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. Read more
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.