Roe doe double

  Ollie Williams has a target to meet: two-thirds roe does to one-third tree bucks. It’s the doe season and he is out on the family farm in Cornwall to meet that target. To go shooting or stalking with Ollie, visit For Seeland clothing, go to Buy Ollie’s’s Seeland Hawker jacket on Amazon […]

Game-changing government rules could take pheasant off pub menus

  Ben O’Rourke You know your local pub where they serve pheasants from the local shoot? That may be about to stop. The Food Standards Agency is thought to be preparing to tighten up the rules on game meat, so only ‘approved’ gamedealers will be able to sell it to ‘food businesses’. British Game Alliance […]

Fieldsports Britain – Gamekeeper’s Rounds

  Paul Childerley shows how gamekeeping is not just one job. It’s a whole series of roles that amount to a bright future for wildlife in our woodlands and wild places. He is out feeding pheasants and ducks, which benefit all kinds of birds and animals on his shoot in Bedfordshire. Plus he is trying […]

Squirrel shoot with .410 and Zeiss thermal

  Gamekeeper Paul Childerley finishes his rounds looking after pheasants and ducks, and then he takes time to carry out shoot management. Today, it is squirrels. If he can shoot a few grey squirrels, he will improve the chances for the trees on his shoot, and trees in this lowland landscape are good for all […]

Shooters plan Scottish grouse protests – Fieldsports News, 25 November 2020

Here are the links: Country people plan anti SNP demos – Fieldsports News Lockdown means keepers spot disease early PM urged to extend public’s right to roam on private land – The Guardian Packham Christmas profits benefit Wild Justice ‘charity’ – Fieldsports News RSPB accused of dropping neutral stance on shooting – GWCT Big […]

Scottish government lashes out with grouseshooting restrictions

The Scottish government has lashed out at grouseshooters with a raft of measures designed to restrict the sport. It plans to introduce licensing for both ‘grouse shooting businesses’ and muirburn, and it is threatening a ban on medicated grit. Muirburn licences will only be given out ‘in order to protect wildlife and habitats’, and no […]


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