The BASC Quarry Identification Guide 2013
Archive for category: Hunting
Anything to do with hunting that involves the use of guns.
Firearms UK supports the Scottish Governments efforts to tackle illegal raptor persecution and other wildlife crime…. However, buried in the Environment Minister’s announcement is the following statement; “I will be asking Scottish Natural Heritage in their capacity as the authority for licensing decisions under section 16 of the Wildlife...
We have produced a “Land Authority Form” which you may use for confirming, in writing, the details of your shooting permission. We recommend that you carry a copy of the signed form with you when out shooting, perhaps as a scan or photograph on your mobile phone. The form...
Mike Freeman has kindly given us his permission to reproduce his Crow Shooting Tips from the Pest Control UK Facebook group.
A meme created and published by Firearms UK on hunting and domestic livestock
Firearms UK agrees with and supports the overall content of the document; Deer Management on the National Forest Estate - Current Practice and Future Directions but have concerns for the impact on recreational stalkers.
Forest Enterprise Scotland As an executive agency of Forestry Commission Scotland, FES is responsible for the management of the 630,000 hectare national forest estate in Scotland in a way which is sustainable for future generations and delivers multiple benefits for people today and over the long term. FES Head...
We recently became aware of a petition gathering momentum against a Facebook page who seek to glorify and revel in injuries and deaths caused by hunting accidents.
A Fieldsports Britain video covering how to get hunting or shooting ground.
Anyone connected with firearms or the shooting sports within the UK doesn't have to think too hard to realize that our rights and their associated past times have been under attack for many a year, and are still under threat from ideologically motivated attacks, fueled by emotion and ignorance.
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