A report by the University of Northampton has found that driven grouse shooting offers a sustainable approach to maintaining the UK’s uplands.
Sport supports tourism, employment and biodiversity, experts argue. Plus, Prof James Crabbe on why Glorious 12th is vital for conservation
Ahead of the Glorious 12th, the traditional start of the grouse shooting season, Ross Ewing looks at how lessons learned on Scotland’s moorlands could help extinguish the wildfires ablaze around the world.
Grouse shooting brings social benefits because it allows mixing between shooters and the people who cater for them, a report has suggested.