New licences will come into force on 1 April 2020 and follow on from an SNH consultation and review.
Outdoor classroom provides the ignition to education.
New approach to counting means population data can be secured to improve hare management.
BASC is calling on all shooters in England, Wales and Scotland to object to Home Office proposals for a massive and unjustified hike in firearms licensing fees
Rural Skills students from the Wallace Hall Academy in Dumfriesshire received hands-on shooting coaching with shotguns and air rifles under the tuition of BASC Scotland
A report supporting legislation to introduce airgun licensing in Scotland has been challenged by the UK’s largest shooting organisation, the British Association for Shooting and Conservation (BASC).
Gamekeeping students from North Highland College, Elmwood Campus and Borders College joined professional gamekeepers at Scone Palace for one of the premier events for gamekeepers in Scotland.
More than 100 Gamekeepers will gather for one of the best and most prestigious events for gamekeepers in Scotland on 18 March. Hosted by Scone palace the event provides an annual update on changes in the law, a forum for debate on important gamekeeping issues in Scotland and a clay shooting competition.
Following the independence referendum BASC Scotland has pledged to work with the Scottish Government to ensure shooting continues to be supported and encouraged. Shooting makes a positive and important contribution to Scotland and benefits the economy, tourism, conservation and the social landscape.