While gamekeepers are busy looking after the countryside, the Gamekeepers Welfare Trust (GWT) are working hard to look after them.
Geoff has been a gamekeeper for many years. When he is not spending quality time with his granddaughter, Geoff is pigeon or clay shooting.
Peter Marshall, BASC's head of training and education, provides some transferable techniques between clay shooting and pigeon decoying.
Take your garden photography skills to the next level in part two of BASC’s photography series with Nick Lane.
Richard Saunders, a journalist and airgun shooter with over 30 years’ experience, explains how airgun shooters are spearheading a project to return red squirrels to Cornwall.
Airgun enthusiast and BASC member Jason Braithwaite reports on an exciting and successful red squirrel conservation project taking place in woodlands of Western Lakeland.
The old adage of managing plants by mouth, match or machine is a good one but some species are causing us some serious issues. Ian Danby looks at invasive alien plant species.
You can help stop an invasive alien species in its tracks, says Ian Danby, head of biodiversity projects at BASC.
Are non-native species dangerous invaders or simply examples of evolution in action? Marta Jacyna investigates the dilemma.