Helen Nakielny, having trained her team of hawk and horse, is ready to set out on an inaugural hunting adventure, so she heads out at the crack of dawn in…
Two years after the ban, hunts are still out, Conservatives offer a lifeline, but are foxes in decline?
144 of Cumbria’s Sites of Specific Scientific Interest (SSI’s) have been excluded from a list of locations to be given special protection from waste dumping
Shooting Times wins the Game Farmers' Association NFU Mutual Perpetual Trophy – awarded for support to the gamefarming industry
Shooters feel their sport is unnecessarily being targeted; claims of DEFRA knee-jerk reaction.
I have an ESS and intend to obtain another dog later in the year. I have reviewed many breeds, but have always been a fan of rottweilers. I recall reading…
Take a look at the Rottweil over-under .410, a small-bore shotgun with a beautiful stock and a lot of class.
Pictures of bird carcases and pheasant eggs in a shallow grave are published by Anti-shooting campaigners
Gamefarmers across the country are nervously waiting to see if the latest and largest outbreak of bird flu spreads any further
Near perfect conditions promise a ferreting opportunity too good to miss. Tony Jackson grabs his gun and heads for a likely-looking hedgerow
A new seven-year Conservation project is set to boost the bird population on the famous Otterburn moor in Northumberland.
BSA Lightning XL Tactical air rifle: We are struck by the graceful lines and fantastic accuracy produced by the latest spring-powered air rifle made by BSA, the Lightning XL Tactical.
Pigeon are dying of starvation as a result of contracting Trichomoniasis, also known as pigeon canker.
The Land Registry wants information on nearly half the land in England and Wales - the half that hasn't been registered yet.
After howling gales and torrential rain, Robin Marshall-Ball was certainly not going to miss the first fowling opportunity of the year on the moonlit Somerset levels
John Humphreys picks up the pace as he heads out to Spain where, despite the recent rain, the partridge provide challenging and exhilarating sport for the best of Shots
A successful year for roe in Scotland, 2006 saw milder weather in the growing season, which produced some international-level heads. Iain Watson and Allan Allison report
Time for discussion on whether shooting pheasants on Sunday should remain illegal or whether, just as with pigeon, shooters should be able to choose
Big names set to go back on stage in aid of the Countryside Alliance this summer for the second Highclere Rocks concert
After a truly exceptional year for English roe, with several records being broken, Richard Prior investigates the causes and presents this season’s gold medal heads