BASC has rejected proposals by the UK Woodland Assurance Standard to ban the use of lead ammunition under its banner by 2023.
Following intervention from BASC, Defra has included scientific research as a licensable aspect of the new burning regulations in England.
Ahead of the Scottish elections on 6 May, Ross Ewing breaks down the party manifestos to expose how their policies will affect shooting and conservation.
The RSPB have used the recent wildfire in Northern Ireland's Mourne mountains as a platform to call for a ban on controlled burning.
Read our open letter to the Scottish Animal Welfare Commission following the Scottish Government's response to the deer working group project.
A major new survey by BASC has found that three-quarters of respondents have taken additional precautions to protect their dogs from theft over the past year.
After 10 years at the helm, BASC's Glynn Evans has stepped down as chair of the England and Wales Poaching Priority Delivery Group.
The Wildlife Habitat Charitable Trust has awarded a £75k grant to the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust to help combat the curlew crisis in Southern England.
BASC has published its 2020 firearms licensing league table, highlighting a stark lack of consistency across police forces in England and Wales.