As the glorious twelfth fast approaches, we take a look at some of the most prolific moorland myths.
Our next Gamekeeper of the Month is head keeper Ian Sleightholm from Bolton Castle estate. Ian talks about the reasons behind his decision to become a keeper, what he loves about his profession the most and why he would encourage the young generation to consider a career in gamekeeping.
BASC continues to support a five year transition away from lead shot for live quarry shooting following an attempted wider ban on lead shot.
How sustainable is shooting in the UK? Has the coronavirus pandemic highlighted areas in which changes need to be made? Steve Bloomfield mulls over some questions.
Cat McNicol provides an insight into pine martens in the British countryside and explains how, with a few small changes, we can once again live alongside this charismatic native predator.
Video and transcript of Lord Dear's address at the 2020 BASC AGM
Almost 30 years ago, Rodger McPhail was commissioned to paint the first ever Wildlife Habitat Trust stamp.
Raymond is the first gamekeeper to be employed by The Kennel Club. He is responsible for turning Emblehope and Burngrange Estate into a “training centre of excellence for working dogs”.
As the fall-out of the Scottish Parliament’s mountain hare decision is analysed today, there will be confusion aplenty.