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28 June 2013
Aspiring young countryside enthusiasts in Northumberland will look forward to their summer holidays this year as leading research charity, the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) is running an inspiring Young Shooter Day at Northumberland Sporting Clays near Morpeth on Wednesday 24 July.
27 June 2013
‘Middleton Chicks’ on the GWCT Game Fair stand adjacent to the main arena, will help to illustrate the science behind a new 3-year project that aims to see whether simple techniques introduced early in a reared pheasant’s life will help them survive better and breed successfully.
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21 June 2013
The Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust’s (GWCT's) ‘Woodlands for black grouse’ project has now completed its second winter and is throwing a vital life-line for the very threatened black grouse following some of the coldest winters seen in living memory.
20 June 2013
Environment minister Richard Benyon MP, has gone that extra mile for wildlife on his Englefield Estate in Berkshire by establishing miles and miles of vital insect-rich habitats for one of our most threatened farmland birds.
12 June 2013
The Forestry Commission has published a press release and video to help identify symptoms of ash dieback this year.
05 June 2013
Teasses Estate near Ceres is the venue on Thursday, June 13 for all those interested in finding out more about how a country estate successfully combines sensitive wildlife management, a thriving game shooting enterprise and a productive farm.
03 June 2013
A family fun day at Northallerton, North Yorkshire has raised a significant amount for wildlife research.
31 May 2013
The Scottish Game Fair is celebrating its silver anniversary and we want you to be part of it!
22 May 2013
Glemham Hall in Suffolk is to host an open-air Shakespeare production on Sunday 30 June, to raise funds for wildlife research.
22 May 2013
For the first time British scientists have proved that migrating woodcock from the UK are travelling enormous distances to breed. It is estimated that one particular woodcock called ‘Monkey’ has travelled at least 39,000 km in the course of his short life time.