BASC in the Press
Britain’s woodlands face deer invasion as demand for wild venison drops due to cheaper meat imports and less demand during lockdown
Britain’s woodlands face being overrun with deer because the market for wild venison has collapsed.
Shooting and hunting groups have been exempted from the Government’s new “rule of six” coronavirus rules.
List of exempt physical activities includes football, rugby, cricket and hockey among others
BASC on Twitter
SCOTLAND UPDATE BASC's Ross Ewing provides an update on how the current government guidance is affecting shooting in Scotland. Covid guidance: BASC's COVID Code: https://t.co/jGvTV7Pw1f Self-catering accommodation in Scotland: https://t.co/bvuYfOLBYV https://t.co/PQUxMOiDCzRead More
BASC has published an easy to follow framework for those involved in shooting. BASC's COVID Code outlines the steps everyone should follow so that shooting can be conducted in a manner that ensures we all play our part in the UK’s fight against COVID. https://t.co/GVP7m0syDnRead More
RT @SCSTG: COVID19 restrictions on Accommodation Businesses : SCSTG and @BASCScotland have today sent out a joint press release calling for…Read More
RT @BASCScotland: 📣 NEW: BASC call on @scotgov to adopt a more consistent approach to coronavirus restrictions following an eleventh hour u…Read More
Airgun enthusiast and BASC member, Jason Braithwaite, reports on an exciting and successful red squirrel conservation project taking place in the woodlands of Western Lakeland. #RedSquirrelAwarenessWeek #RedSquirrel2020Read More