The Countryside Alliance has announced that Jamie Stewart, founder and managing director of Westcountry Wildlife Services, has joined its shooting campaign as a consultant.
Jamie is a third-generation gamekeeper and deer manager with a wealth of experience managing the UK’s wildlife and habitats. His previous employment also includes the position of director for south-west England for BASC, which involved working on the organisation’s regional development strategy and forging relationships with shooters and the wider community.
Jamie said: “I am delighted to be joining the Countryside Alliance and hope that I can contribute to the continued success of the organisation through the provision of specialist shooting, gamekeeping, deer management and conservation advice to members and the wider countryside community.”
David Taylor, the Alliance’s shooting campaign manager, said: “We are very pleased to be able to announce Jamie’s appointment, which further shows what great strides the Countryside Alliance shooting campaign is making. Alongside myself, moorlands director Adrian Blackmore and fellow shooting consultant Graham Downing, the Alliance shooting campaign now possesses a formidable team that should be the first port of call for any shooter seeking advice.”