Angus

Community Spirit

Garry MacLennan, head keeper on the Invermark Estate, speaks out about a little-known group achieving big things in the glens: the Angus Glens Moorland Group Gamekeepers are very good at not speaking about the positive things that we do because

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Hospice help from Angus keepers

Gamekeepers, staff and guests from an Angus estate have raised £700 for Lippen Care charity and Strathmore Hospice in Forfar, helping to redecorate the hospice lounge. Every year a clay pigeon shoot is held at Glenogil Estate clay ground as a

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Angus gamekeepers saddened by kestrel death

Gamekeepers and estate staff in Angus have been left saddened by the death of a young kestrel they hoped could have been released back into the wild. The young bird of prey, affectionately named ‘Harry’, was spotted by a grouse beater

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In Angus, grouse is the million-pound bird

Nearly £1m will flow into Angus households from the grouse shooting season, say newly released figures

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Driven wild

Melissa Volpi discovers first hand the excitement of driven game shooting in one of the striking parts of Scotland. An image of an osprey which misjudged the size of the trout it was hunting – so much so that the

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Angus deer cull anger

Peter Fraser, vice chairman of the SGA, has spoken out on the proposed cull of 690 deer around Caenlochan in Angus

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