The Shooting Show – More Red Stags at Kinnaird with Chris Dalton

This week in The Shooting Show we are back at Kinnaird Estate, primarily checking over a large area which will be planted under a forest creation scheme. Work on the initial ground preparation should have been underway months ago however

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BASC: Wild Justice must not be allowed to close down our countryside

BASC has accused Wild Justice of trying to close down the Welsh countryside after the group threatened another legal challenge to the licensing system for the control of wild birds. Wild Justice has written to Natural Resources Wales (NRW) requesting

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Werritty report brings uncertainty

A government-led review of grouse moor management stopped short of recommending a ban on driven grouse shooting – but rural groups warn it could still lead to ‘seismic’ change for grouse moors in Scotland.  The Werritty Review, which has now

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Shooters must ‘Step Up’ to environmental challenges

A proposed new Environment Bill for England will make significant commitments towards meeting the government’s 25-year environmental plan. BASC have called on the shooting community to step up to the challenges the bill presents. Ian Danby, BASC’s head of biodiversity,

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The future of hunting

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

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