The Chair of Natural England joined members of BASC’s team on a visit to Lytham and District Wildfowling Association earlier this week.
Tony Juniper, chair of Natural England, had the opportunity to see first-hand the conservation efforts of wildfowling clubs when he visited the Lytham & District Wildfowling Association (LDWA) earlier this week. Accompanied by staff at the British Association for Shooting and Conservation (BASC), Tony took part in a conservation walk Read more…
Citizen science will aid understanding of mallard nesting habitat preference in bid to boost numbers.
BASC have called for a voluntary restraint of the shooting of wildfowl from the 6th January.
BASC resources have been made available to allow clubs to act against Natural England’s refusal to grant shooting consents.