Shooters can help halt biodiversity loss by 2020 in Northern Ireland

Insects, Small Copper feeding on KnapweedBASC is reviewing strategic targets proposed by government to help halt biodiversity loss in Northern Ireland.  Shooters in the province are key to the success of this initiative because they are involved in the management of one million hectares and spend £10 million on habitat improvement and wildlife management each year.

The consultation, which closes on 28th February, invites responses on the benefits society gains from a healthy environment and how this should influence economic decision-making.

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Please click here to email BASC with any comments you have on the consultation. Alternatively please phone the BASC NI office on 028 9260 5050.

Join BASC and help support shooting and conservation

IEarly Marsh orchid, Lindisfarnef you shoot in Northern Ireland we can help you with your shoot management and conservation projects.  Join BASC and take part in our revolutionary wildlife and habitat mapping project.

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