BASC monitors scientific journals, environmental, policy and political alerts for the results of studies of relevance to shooting and conservation. Below are links to a selection of papers published in September 2017. Please email us if you think we have missed anything.
- Environmental correlates of breeding abundance and population change of Eurasian Curlew Numenius arquata in Britain
- Status of Golden Eagle Aquila chrysaetos in Britain in 2015
- Feeding ecology is the primary driver of beak shape diversification in waterfowl.
- Hunting of roe deer and wild boar in Germany: Is non-lead ammunition suitable for hunting?
- Nodular onchocercosis in red deer (Cervus elaphus) in Sweden.
- Potential impact of Neospora caninum infection on farm productivity of fallow deer (Dama dama).
- The European roe deer (Capreolus capreolus L.) at the northern boundary of its range in Eastern Fennoscandia
- Risk factors associated with stranger-directed aggression in domestic dogs.
- Three cases of imported eyeworm infection in dogs: a new threat for the United Kingdom
- Understanding private forest owners’ conceptualisation of forest management: Evidence from a survey in seven European countries
- Biodiversity in (the Natura 2000) forest habitats is not static: its conservation calls for an active management approach
- Assessing the value of field margins for butterflies and plants: how to document and enhance biodiversity at the farm scale
- Leaving moss and litter layers undisturbed reduces the short-term environmental consequences of heathland managed burns
- Divergent visions of wildness and naturalness in a storied landscape: Practices and discourses of rewilding in Scotland’s wild places
- Hunting cultures and the ‘northern periphery’: Exploring their relationship in Scotland and Finland
- From sport hunting to breeding success: Patterns of lead ammunition ingestion and its effects on an endangered raptor
- Prevalence of Borrelia burgdorferi and Borrelia miyamotoi in questing Ixodes ricinus ticks from four sites in the UK
- Copper and zinc content in wild game shot with lead or non-lead ammunition – implications for consumer health protection
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