Alasdair Mitchell

We pay the BBC to be impartial, yet its Springwatch presenters are allowed to offend

When rules outlive their original purpose, we shouldn't be afraid to discard them

Is the latest hi-tech sighting system for stalkers ruining the sport element?

Planning inspectors can sometimes be the last defence against malicious antis

It's high time that the RSPCA was investigated by the Charity Commission

Sorry seems to be the hardest word, but not, it seems, if it avoids a court case

Why are we not doing more to reduce the light pollution caused by street lights?

Are the Wildlife Trusts celebrating hordes of diseased badgers being left to die?

A stalker's first beast is not forgotten - especially if he has sweated blood for it

Americans' attitudes to shooting - if not gun control - put ours to shame

Wind farms are a blight on the landscape self-inflicted by an unholy trinity

There is one hotel chain that gets no sympathy for lost business at the Game Fair

Shooters are all aristocrats with bloodlust, according to some political narratives — and George Monbiot

Peddling lucrative anti-shooting class-war rhetoric in the press is hypocritical

A close encounter with a black rhino is evidence of good wildlife management

Rare praise for the BBC, following its Radio 4 coverage of sika deer in Dorset

Labour-saving devices can be tempting, but may be no match for a cunning fox

The buzzard population continues to rise, but when is a “recovery” a “surge”?

Badger vandals in London show how outdated some UK wildlife laws really are