Red Squirrel Rescue!

In order for reds to come, greys have to go – with a little bit of help from the red squirrel rangers, as Richard Saunders finds out

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Q&A: Can I shoot across a public footpath?

Know your rights! Our reader has a conundrum… the private land on which he shoots has a public pathway leading through it, does this mean he must pack away his gun as he crosses? 

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30 tips for a successful day of hunting pests

Mat Manning shares his top tips for a successful days hunt, sticking by the BASC guidelines of course!

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BBC Countryfile are asking the question

“Does the shooting industry do more good than harm to Britain’s wildlife?” The BBC will judge the response to this question as to how much support there is for field sports, so it is important that we get as many

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UK’s largest shooting organisation calls for shooting’s contribution to be recognised and supported

Shooting is worth £2 billion a year (Gross Value Added*) to the UK economy and provides significant conservation benefits according to the results of independent research released on 6 July by leading shooting and countryside organisations.  The figures are outlined in a new

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Young Shooters Days to introduce a new generation to conservation this summer

Aspiring young countryside enthusiasts can look forward to their summer holidays this year as leading research charity, the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) is running a number of inspiring Young Shooters Day at locations across the country over the

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