Friday, 12 September 2014

This week's blog posts from the GWCT

Take a look at the different blog posts published from across the GWCT this week:

A great new opportunity (Allerton Project Blog)

We are to be part of a major new Defra initiative called the Sustainable Intensification Platform (SIP). Read more >

'Shooting for the Future' course - book your place today (GWCT News)

We're once again working with BASC in partnership to deliver a two-day course to help improve shoot management and shooting skill. Read more >

We have to be brave and realistic when making decisions (GWCT News)

Letter written by Dr Andrew Hoodless and published by The Times in response to their recent piece on hunting. Read more >

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First Woodcock Watch location updates for September (Woodcock Watch Blog)

We've received our first location updates for September from a number of our tagged woodcock. Read more >

Hen Harrier Joint Recovery Plan petition passes 10,000 (GWCT News)

We're pleased to announce that the petition calling for Defra to publish the Hen Harrier Joint Recovery Plan has passed the 10,000 signatures mark. Read more >

A particularly "buzzy" Sunday morning! (Peter Thompson's Blog)

You might well imagine that there could not be a gentler, more relaxing pastime, than setting a moth trap over-night and then sitting down with a cup of coffee in the morning, to find out what might have got itself caught...Read more >

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