BASC’s bi-monthly membership magazine is sent free to all members as well as politicians, the media, police forces, countryside stakeholders and major opinion formers. Written by shooting’s foremost experts, it keeps members up to date with all that is happening in the shooting world and presents a positive image of shooting and conservation to the world at large.
Shooting and Conservation has the largest circulation of any field sports magazine in the UK.
In a survey of BASC members, 94% said they read Shooting and Conservation and it was seen as the preferred method of communication. The magazine covers all aspects of shooting, game management and conservation.
The May/June issue of Shooting and Conservation brings together an eclectic mix of content to engage, inform and excite.
From the latest news and updates in the shooting world to thought-provoking comment, opinion and insightful interviews, there’s something for everyone.
We discuss the plight of the humble rabbit…We speak to the founder of a popular social media group that now serves as much more than a platform to swap and give away game…We consider the place of ‘trophy hunting’ in the broader context of wildlife management…We offer an insight into the benefits of joining a gundog club…Articles about the evidenced impacts of lead ammunition sit alongside comment on the damage that can be done by fake news and rumours…the list goes on…
We hope you enjoy it.
Social media allows us to reach countless people at the click of a button. Could it help our community promote game meat to non-shooters? We talk to Billy Wyatt, founder of Giving Up The Game, a Facebook group which helps shooters share game meat with others.
Most of the time, ‘trophy’ animals are just a happy by-product of essential wildlife management – regardless of the species or where in the world it is found. We take a look at the bigger picture behind the controversial topic of ‘trophy hunting’.
Rabbits are unquestionably a staple species of the British countryside, but in recent years they have become a much rarer sight. We seek the views of hunters and scientists on the pressures that have led to their decline.
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