An honest look at trophy hunting and the problems facing shooting in the UK following Defra's review.
The idea there is a wildlife apocalypse is hard for me to believe. One evening recently I was in the car with my two daughters driving back down the stretch of river I look after.
In April this year, a satellite tag fitted to a golden eagle called Adam made its last broadcast from a vehicle turning circle on a grouse moor in Perthshire.
I am almost a professional Wild Justice watcher. As a journalist and blogger, I have probably written more about them than anyone else. I knew them when they were just an entry on Companies House with their paperwork all in a mess, and I have watched their every move since. Despite all this, I was wrong about them.