Ahead of the Scottish elections on 6 May, Ross Ewing breaks down the party manifestos to expose how their policies will affect shooting and conservation.
Curlew is Britain’s largest wader and was once common throughout the UK, which hosts around 25 per cent of the international population.
BASC deer officer Audrey Watson discusses how identifying woodland plant species and assessing damage can help you to carry out successful deer impact assessments.
Ticks, and tick-borne diseases, are becoming more of a widespread issue in the UK. Be vigilant after exercising your dog outside, says BASC’s gundog officer Kate Dymock.
Andrew Profit, a keen stalker and outdoor enthusiast, talks about living with Lyme disease.
The Antique Firearms Regulations 2021 becomes law on 22nd March 2021. Check whether your firearm qualifies as an antique and read our guidance on what you should do next.
As reported thefts of dogs in the UK soar, what can you do to prevent your dog from being stolen? Experts from Skinner’s share their advice on keeping your dog safe.
In March, we take a closer look at the mysterious tawny owls, their habits and where you can find them.
BASC’s Dr Conor O’Gorman takes a look at his favourite bird species – the enigmatic grey partridge…