With the pheasant, partridge and wildfowl (above the high water mark) seasons finishing this weekend, BASC’s regional teams provide their highlights.
BASC’s head of conservation Caroline Bedell discusses why taking a zero tolerance stance on raptor persecution is imperative for the future of shooting.
Controlled burning can under the right circumstances protect peatland and help achieve our net-zero target.
Taken on an individual basis these new regulations represent colossal change for the sector.
BASC Scotland's political and press officer, Ross Ewing, writes about the recent review into driven grouse shooting and the impact it may have on UK shooting.
"Diligent and dedicated" work of keepers is vital to conservation and the rural economy.
Review "needs to hear from the people on the ground" who maintain grouse moors with massive benefits for conservation and the environment.
Rural organisations have appealed to politicians to recognise the value of grouse shooting ahead of one of the most important seasons in generations.
Results are "heading in the right direction".