The moorland is changing.
We have two new additions to the blog.
I'm one tooled up blogger!
I have been having a crisis of nationality.
Blackgrouse breed three times better in fields where cattle are grazing with sheep, according to recent research
As is regenerating them!
I've been working hard with the shovel recently.
There's a fine line between determination and optimism.
I am an inveterate late riser.....
A number of English upland gamekeepers have reported strongylosis outbreaks, but many achieved record bags
Figures about the impact of grouse shooting on a Scotlands' rural economy are being updated with a new survey.
The first social study of grouse shooting highlights the major contribution made by the sport to rural communities
The controversial 10-year Langholm Moor Demonstration Project is now in its second year. Selena Masson visited to find out how the grouse are faring
A new survey by the Countryside Alliance shows local communities wholeheartedly support grouse shooting
New research shows that the British public does not understand how integral grouse shooting is to heather moorland and wildlife conservation in the UK
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The owner of a large Scottish grouse moor has been handed out the largest financial penalty under farming legislation, after police discovered illegal pesticides on his estate.
The North Pennines Black Grouse Recovery Project has been launched to help increase numbers in the area
A new rescue plan by The North Pennines Black Grouse Recovery Project was launched on 30 April in the Yorkshire Dales.
Bradford Metropolitan District Council (MDC) is inviting individuals and companies to submit tenders for a 10-year shooting lease on the council-owned Rombalds Moor.