Alex Flint

The Heather Trust, the independent charity dedicated to the promotion of moorland management, has announced the appointment of Dr Marion Thomson as development director.

The Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust launched an audacious attempt to break a world record last month, with the creation of a bird feeder weighing 254 kilos.

Richard Leach, director of Hampshire-based game feed manufacturer Keepers Choice, has warned that cutting corners with feed could have dire effects for the viability of shoots.

The Hon. Simon Howard was recognised for his conservation work late last year, when the Castle Howard Estate Ltd. was awarded the first Yorkshire Grey Partridge Group Trophy.

At the end of November BASC held their centenary patrons' reception at Coutts and Co. in London, where His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh praised BASC for its work…

The Duke of Norfolk’s Arundel estate in Sussex has been awarded a Grey Partridge Trophy for conservation by the Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT).

Labour’s backbench spokesman for shooting and fishing, Martin Salter MP, shot his first brace of pheasant in November.

The Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust have appointed Lord Salisbury as their new president. Lord Salisbury succeeds the Earl Peel, who steps down from Britain’s leading wildlife research charity after…

The leading charity for deer welfare and management, the British Deer Society (BDS), has this week called for the government to revise legislation that allows farmers to control deer using…

Kyle Burden, a 19-year-old gamekeeper formerly of the Kempton Estate in Shropshire, was handed a 26-week suspended jail sentence on September 19 this year for shooting common buzzards and killing

The National Gamekeepers' Organisation (NGO) has warned that those who keep animals could face rising costs in the coming year due to the concept of "responsibility and cost sharing" currently…

The Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) has released new guidelines on releasing grey partridges, a move which it hopes will help re-establish grey partridge populations throughout the country.

Almost 40 students from Sussex tried their hand at a number of field sports last week, in an event organised by the British Association for Shooting and Conservation (BASC).