Responding to the recent wave of negative press stories about hunting, Byron Pace says we need to be vigilant in ensuring good practice among our own
New Zealand has just come close to a cataclysmic mass cull of its tahr herd. Byron Pace uncovers how these plans came about and how they were stopped at the last minute
The benefits of hunting for conservation have met with acceptance from Prince William, according to the president of Botswana.
The shortlists are out for the Great British Shooting Awards, which aim to give recognition to the products, organisations and people that lead the way in the shooting industry.
Are we guilty of emphasising the worst aspects of hunting in our quest to tell a good story? Byron Pace investigates
The scale of conservation work going on across the UK’s uplands continues to be great, despite many shoots reducing or outright cancelling their grouse days this year.
David Barrington Barnes recounts the life and antics of James Howard “Elephant Bill” Williams, a hunter and conservationist who worked with wildlife during times of war and peace
In an extract from his speech given at the DNA Film Festival, Byron Pace says we all need to try harder to defend and promote hunting
A poaching-threatened reserve in the Greater Kruger area in South Africa made a shocking discovery about the true price of phototourism in the region
The hunting fraternity needs a better public image, but it’s no good waiting for a saviour. The time for hunters and shooters to be a force for positive change is now