Tom Sykes explains how Morecambe Bay Wildfowlers’ Association are encouraging the next generation of wildfowlers to take full advantage of this fantastic sport.
Bees are hugely important to our environment and let’s be honest, they are also pretty damn awesome!
With mallard numbers in the UK declining and a flyway population showing a similar trend, wildfowlers across the country are using a simple but effective idea to improve the ducks’ breeding success.
Gathering accurate data on UK quarry species is paramount as it allows us to monitor and manage individual species.
Once one of the UK’s most common rodents, water vole numbers have plummeted over the last 60 years from around 8 million to just 750,000.
Particularly found near waterways, Himalayan Balsam is an invasive species that was introduced to the UK in the mid-19th Century as an ornamental.
With the start of the season upon us, how prepared is your dog? Here are some top tips to help your dog get in top shape.
With the numbers of bees declining around the world, gamekeepers and shooters can make a big contribution to encouraging the pollinators so vital to crops and wild plants, says Marta Jacyna.