Grouse shooting takes place on moorland as far south as Wales and Derbyshire and as far north as the Highlands of Scotland.
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The Moorlands

Moorland managed for grouse shooting delivers a vast array of benefits for wildlife, marginal communities, the rural economy and the wider upland landscape, while facilitating the harvest of a completely wild, healthy and nutritious food source.

The grouse shooting season starts on 12 August (often referred to as the ‘Glorious Twelfth’) and finishes on 10 December.

The management of upland areas for grouse shooting plays a crucial role in preserving and enhancing a beautiful and rare ecosystem while providing vital economic support for rural communities. Without grouse shooting, this custodianship would disappear.

Murray Woodward, Game and Gamekeeping Officer.

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Briefing note on grouse shooting & moorland management

Briefing note on grouse shooting & moorland management

BASC has produced a new briefing note on grouse shooting and moorland management and sent it to a targeted group of MPs including ministers and those with moorland in their constituencies ahead of the start of the grouse shooting season on August 12th.

Benefits of grouse shooting

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