We received 2,947 membership telephone enquiries and 849 requests for advice to our firearms helpline during May – just part of the work we do.
BASC will seek meeting to highlight shooting’s influence on UK’s rural land area.
A BASC member for more than 33 years, Lord Dear is a keen shot who has supported the Wildlife Habitat Trust’s charitable work.
BASC monitors scientific journals and environmental, policy and political alerts for the results of studies of relevance to shooting and conservation. This webpage has a list of papers published in May 2017.
BASC is committed to ensuring that shooting’s value to rural communities is recognised and that its contribution to the UK economy is acknowledged.
BASC issues application and renewal advice in light of recent court action.
Three-day event at Hatfield House next month will celebrate British fieldsports and country life.
Defra has confirmed disease in a small flock of chickens and geese in south Norfolk.
BASC pledges funding for final five years of independent research.
Courses will outline trapping and dispatch methods and cover wildlife legislation.