BASC Scotland’s Ross Ewing explores how the outcome of the Scottish Government’s review of grouse moor management ha been skewed to appease armchair conservationists.
Gareth Dockerty looks at the latest Westminster debate covering moorland burning.
BASC member Damian Conway describes how undertaking the DSC1 sparked his passion for deer stalking.
BASC’s Ross Ewing explores whether Scotland’s politicians care about the documented abuse facing the country’s gamekeepers.
Freelance writer Matt Cross summaries Wild Justice’s judicial review and the recent outcome.
BASC gamekeeper Mike Holliday writes an open letter to Scotland’s First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, to explain how vicious and maligned anti-shooting campaigns are taking their toll on the gamekeeping profession.
Matt Cross writes about the experience of his dog going missing and how gundog owners can prevent their dogs from getting lost or stolen.
Gethin Jones considers the impact Covid-19 has had on shooting in Wales and what the future might bring.
In her first blog, BASC member Luise Janniche relives her summer mission to protect a local oystercatcher family from predation by corvids.