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09 July 2018
A farmer has been recognised by the farming and conservation industry for his outstanding efforts to promote good habitat and environmental management on his farm.
06 July 2018
A memorable mid-summer’s evening walk on the Stiperstones was ultimately rewarded with the evocative call of curlews for members of the Shropshire branch of the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT).
02 July 2018
THE GWCT has praised the Royal Family in its commitment to boosting grey partridge numbers at Sandringham Estate after the Queen’s retiring agent Sir Marcus O’Lone and head keeper David Clark won a prestigious conservation award.
27 June 2018
A WELL-ATTENDED shoot walk round the grounds of Usk Castle was held by the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust Cyrmu (GWCT) on June 21st.
25 June 2018
THE winning pictures have been chosen for the 2018 Julian Gardner Awards.
21 June 2018
THE Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) has launched a new book to increase understanding of shoot conservation and to raise standards by increasing awareness of Guns’ legal and ethical obligations including tackling some of the most controversial issues affecting shooting today.
13 June 2018
As part of his prize as winner of the GWCT Art Competition in 2017 Prithvi Sudarshan of Longforgan Primary won a trip to a local farm for his whole class
08 June 2018
The Levens Team Challenge in Cumbria has raised over £6,000 for its organisers, the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT). The annual event was held this year on Sunday 27th May, kindly hosted by Richard and Naomi Bagot. The proceeds will go towards funding the GWCT’s ground-breaking conservation research.
07 June 2018
A RALLYING cry to halt shocking wildlife declines in the countryside was made to members of the Welsh Assembly from conservationists at the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) Cymru.
31 May 2018
FOR the second year running, the stunning grounds of Bolton Castle are hosting an educational festival about the bird believed to be Britain’s greatest conservation concern, the Eurasian curlew.
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