Shooting Gazette


New DEFRA general licences launched

Three DEFRA general licences for bird pest control in England came into force at 12.01am on 14 June. The new general licences cover the killing or taking of species, including woodpigeon, feral pigeon, carrion crow, jackdaw, jay, magpie, rook and Canada goose.

The purposes covered by the three general licences include: the conservation of wild birds and flora and fauna; the preservation of public health

Você está lendo uma amostra, registre-se para ler mais.

Mais de Shooting Gazette

Shooting GazetteLeitura de 1 mins
Shooting gallery
A very proud Tony Roberts writes: “My 10-year-old granddaughter, Lily, with her hands full, picking-up on our syndicate partridge shoot at Aysgarth in North Yorkshire.” Pictured are the shooting party (below) and gamekeepers Jamie Kembrey and Craig D
Shooting GazetteLeitura de 4 mins
The Keeper’s View
As I write we are in lockdown; all driven shooting in England has ceased and gamekeepers/shoot owners across the country are more than a little nervous. The best-case scenario by the time you have read is that we have hit the ground running from 3 De
Shooting GazetteLeitura de 2 mins
Behind the Line
Standing in the shower, pondering the meaning of life and the current state of things, I was lamenting the temporary demise of my local shoot when I suddenly remembered a special chocolate cocker and the day I was sure he was a goner. I had the great