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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.
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 27
th May, kindly hosted by Richard and Naomi Bagot. The proceeds will go towards funding the GWCT’s ground-breaking conservation research. Read more
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.
18 May 2018
THE Cornish Grey Partridge Project (CGPP), which aims to help the recovery of the diminishing gamebird, is returning to this year’s Royal Cornwall Show.
14 May 2018
FARMERS, land managers and gamekeepers who took part in the Partridge Count Scheme (PCS) this spring are being urged to return their counts to the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT).
11 May 2018
GWCT is among many organisations highlighting the need for the conservation of migratory birds and their habitats through World Migratory Bird Day tomorrow (May 12
th). Read more
03 May 2018
ENVIRONMENTAL measures farmers are putting in place for birds and bees could be aiding a popular farmland creature, a new study has revealed.
20 April 2018
A GRANT has been awarded - ahead of World Curlew Day on Saturday April 21st - by the Heritage Lottery Fund to aid the recovery of an iconic bird, the curlew.
18 April 2018
AHEAD of World Curlew Day, GWCT staff have been paying visits to farms in fear of losing their nesting curlews due to the bird’s continuing demise.