Shooting organisations stand with the government in calling this attack vexatious.
BASC England Director Dan Reynolds explains the new COVID-19 guidance visits available for game shoots.
The Covid-19 guidance visits will help shoots form their own individual risk assessments depending on their situation providing additional confidence for the season.
Former keeper Steve Bloomfield says paying attention to flushing points is a better way to improve pheasant drives than trying to stock smaller, higher-flying breeds.
While gamekeepers are busy looking after the countryside, the Gamekeepers Welfare Trust (GWT) are working hard to look after them.
The BASC Scotland Gamekeeping and Wildlife Management Working Group (GWMWG) explore the impacts of Coronavirus on Scottish gamekeeping.
How can shoots improve their health and safety during this down time? BASC’s training and education officer David Boden explains.
The pheasant season may seem a long way off but proper planning and work completed now will pay dividends when the time comes, says Glynn Evans.
The Gamekeepers’ Welfare Trust’s dedicated helpline has never been so busy or needed. The trust’s chief executive Helen Benson explains how to get in touch and how they can help.