Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust

GWCT: Hare today

Morag Walker outlines the research steps that led the GWCT into collaboration with other countryside bodies to produce a brown hare code of practice

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Lead Shot Campaign Launched

A new campaign is launched to ensure the compliance of lead shot users with existing regulations

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Join the GWCT in saving the Grey Partridge

Join the GWCT on 20 June for a free event on helping to boost grey partridge numbers

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Small is beautiful

Small gains on small estates can still make a big difference to the overall grey partridge population, says Morag Walker

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Lapwing Lessons

As several species face severe local declines, Andrew Gilruth asks: is it time for conservation organisations to adopt game management principles before it’s too late? We have learnt the value of game management to conservation. Successful game management relies on

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How Much?

Will this be the year of the £50 pheasant? Not quite – but it is certainly heading that way. We may be working in decimal prices now, but the old saying “up goes a sovereign, bang goes half a crown,

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Keeper Persecution

The RSPB is missing the target in its war on gamekeepers, says Adrian Blackmore. The RSPB is well known for making unsubstantiated accusations, seemingly unconcerned that its claims cannot always be backed up with firm evidence. Much is made of

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