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Latest News

  • Recovery course for wild grey partridges

    Recovery course for wild grey partridges

    Following the disastrous breeding season for wild grey partridges last summer, which was reportedly the wettest for 100 years and fatal for countless young partridges, leading research charity the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) is maximising efforts to help the recovery of this iconic species.

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  • Local celebrations for Wiltshire’s flagship nature conservation project

    Local celebrations for Wiltshire’s flagship nature conservation project

    A captivated audience of around 70 people, including Poul Christensen, Chairman of Natural England and well-known BBC wildlife film maker Stephen Moss joined forces to celebrate the first anniversary of the Marlborough Downs Nature Improvement Area at the Marlborough Golf Club last week.

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  • Sixty Spartans sought to sprint for wildlife charity

    Sixty Spartans sought to sprint for wildlife charity

    One of the UK's leading wildlife charities is looking for runners to take part in a gruelling sponsored race to raise funds for its vital scientific research.

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  • Family fun to raise research funds in Yorkshire

    Family fun to raise research funds in Yorkshire

    The Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) is to hold a Family Fun Day in North Yorkshire on Sunday 26 May, to raise funds for its groundbreaking wildlife research.

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  • Wiltshire farmers celebrate nature’s gain on first anniversary

    Wiltshire farmers celebrate nature’s gain on first anniversary

    Representatives from a consortium of farmers who joined forces to create a major landscape scale conservation project in Wiltshire are attending a special event in London today (26th March) to meet wildlife Minister Richard Benyon and mark the first anniversary of England’s Nature Improvement Area (NIA) programme.

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  • New Pan-European study identifies the value we put on nature

    New Pan-European study identifies the value we put on nature

    For the first time, a new pan-European research project being funded by the European Commission – and headed by leading UK research charity the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) – aims to look at how we can best protect vital natural resources, across Europe.

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  • Pupils all aboard for outdoor learning

    Pupils all aboard for outdoor learning

    Redmyre Farm by Longforgan was the venue today (Friday) for a visit by Primary 7 of St Madoes Primary School.

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  • GWCT leads stakeholder solidarity on future ‘Green’ reform

    GWCT leads stakeholder solidarity on future ‘Green’ reform

    Ahead of potentially far reaching changes to the Common Agricultural Policy, senior Defra environment representatives were on a fact finding mission recently with the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) and other important stakeholders to explore how Stewardship Schemes should be designed in the future to maximise their effectiveness for wildlife, and the environment.

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  • Trip down memory lane to favourite summer event

    Trip down memory lane to favourite summer event

    Cast your mind back to the summer of ’89 and try to remember if you were present at the first Scottish Game Fair to be held at Scone Palace.

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  • Joining forces to restore the River Welland

    Joining forces to restore the River Welland

    A £3 million river restoration project on the River Welland, which runs from Sibbertoft to the Wash Estuary has inspired the formation of a unique partnership comprising businesses, local communities, government agencies and third-sector bodies, who have joined forces to improve the River Welland for fresh water, people and wildlife.

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