Ask your MP to sign amendments to the Offensive Weapons Bill submitted by Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown MP.
Concerns Scotland’s “wonderful reputation as a world class hunting destination” could be damaged.
Following a hugely successful photographic competition, to celebrate the important role that dogs play in the field, BASC has announced the winner.
There were nine recorded bird of prey crimes in 2017 compared to 14 in 2016.
Still “work to be done” and people need to continue getting the message across that “shooting must be protected”.
BASC believes anti-shooting film breaches ASA’s strict code on misleading communications.
BASC Scotland is liaising with the government and police to resolve the airline’s ban on passengers travelling into Scottish airports with firearms.
Inaugural awards saw almost 4,000 entrants.
£1,000 donation will help children learn about the moors surrounding their school and villages.
BASC council member Ian Coghill has written to the minister to challenge the “ethical” basis of her intervention.