BASC in the Press
Since its launch back in 1968, the Toyota Hilux has become iconic the world over and, as our world evolves, the demands on the Hilux has changed considerably also, writes Chris Johnson.
The correct term for having your shotgun certificate taken away by a firearms licensing department is having it revoked. The revocation basically means that you are no longer considered a responsible and safe shooter by the law and so your privilege is removed.
An in-depth study of seven shooting estates has shown that over 100,000 foxes, stoats, weasels, crows and so-called non-target species like hedgehogs and dippers are killed on Scotland’s grouse moors every year.
Dishes such as potted squirrel with chutney and toast can be prepared well ahead of time and make the most of the squirrel.
Those not plugged in to rural politics might be surprised at the latter. It is difficult to reconcile the involvement of these eminent species in a decades old dispute between land managers and conservationists.
With rural crime on the rise, making sure your farm security is up to scratch has never been more important. 24 Networks and Security, which works with farmers nationwide to protect their property, offers some advice.
FOR the first time in 100 years, much to the delight of conservationists and raptor enthusiasts, two young ospreys have been seen displaying promising mating behaviour in the Yorkshire Dales.
‘It is highly unlikely that the harriers have died of natural causes’, police say.
Residents urged to help keep persecuted raptors safe after two males disappear from Geltsdale nature reserve, Cumbria.
A pair of rare ospreys spotted on a North Yorkshire nesting platform could become the county’s first breeding pair in a century.