End of lockdown clears way for driven shooting to resume.
Defra’s proposed red tape under the precautionary principle will do little but threaten rural jobs, conservation efforts and a host of social benefits that shooting provides.
Ian Danby, BASC’s head of biodiversity, considers the RSPB’s announcement today about its year-long review of shooting.
An easy to follow guide will benefit the shooting community and ensure the onward supply of game meat is of the highest quality.
BBC presenter accused of publicity stunt ahead of ‘Glorious Twelfth’.
The campaign highlights the potential dangers and consequences if burning were to be banned.
Following the wettest winter for a long time and the driest spring ever the mighty grouse have commendably managed to not only breed but produce some good broods.
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.
BASC north director, Duncan Thomas, writes about BASC’s return to shooting Covid guidance workshops and the work being undertaken in the north of England.