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19 May 2016
This June the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust will launch a new Woodland Management training day in Leicestershire.
18 May 2016
GWCT is encouraging birdwatchers across the UK to count their local Woodcock from now until 30 June.
13 May 2016
Next week sees the first of this summer’s school visits to the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust’s (GWCT) research farm. Children from Holy Cross Catholic Primary School in Leicester will be visiting the Allerton Project at Loddington to explore the farm.
10 May 2016
The fifth annual Julian Gardner Awards photographic competition is now open for entries. The Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) is calling on all amateur nature photographers to take part.
06 May 2016
Angela Smith MP has expressed increasing concern about how the growth of digital communications is leading to an environment where Members of Parliament sometimes feel fear.
26 April 2016
Two counties from the north of England - Lancashire and Cumbria - will come together in the spirit of friendly competition at the Underley Team Challenge on Saturday 28 May, in order to raise funds for the UK's leading wildlife research charity, the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT).
20 April 2016
Special guest speakers include Angela Smith MP, who was involved in the debate on whether to add fluoride to water. She continues to take interest in countryside matters, recently serving as Shadow Minister for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.
12 April 2016
This year the count not only beat the last two years’ records, but also included the spotting of several rare birds over the week. The highlights were a ring ouzel and snow bunting.
06 April 2016
Despite the cold and wet weather, this February over 60 Herefordshire farmers and other land managers got together and counted the birds on their land for this year’s Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust Big Farmland Bird Count.
The Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust are proud to announce one of their senior researchers, Dr Jonathan Reynolds, will be delivering the prestigious Cranbrook Lecture which precedes The Mammal Society’s annual Spring Conference.
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