Tony Jackson

Wappenshall partridge shoot

Twenty years ago, I reported for Shooting Times on a then 350-acre Wappenshall partridge shoot in Shropshire, hard by the Wrekin, that 1,335ft hill which rises above and dominates the Shropshire Plain. Created by Jonathan Crow, whose…

Driven shooting in Somerset with a team of lady guns

A father and son who restore drystone walls

Major Bruce Kinloch MC was a soldier, game warden and author. He was also a hero of conservation. Tony Jackson pays tribute

Brownsea Island off the Dorset coast is a remarkable place with a history as varied as its wildlife and habitats

Lady's Wood Shooting School, South Gloucestershire

Tony Jackson joins the annual spring Bluebell Day shoot at a conservation clay ground where the bangs don’t bother the birdlife

Roe deer are becoming increasingly prevalent in the Welsh landscape — Tony Jackson speaks to the rangers who are responsible for their management

Tony Jackson enjoys a walked-up boundary day on a Cornish estate renowned for its sustainable practices and links to William the Conqueror

Tony Jackson discusses one of the less expected results of the recession — the large rise in the prices that high-quality guns are fetching at auction

Tony Jackson writes in response to Jackie Drakeford's article in the 8th of September issue (Have your say)