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UNDERSTANDING MOUNTAIN HARE CULLING
UNDERSTANDING MOUNTAIN HARE CULLING
By Tim Baynes, Director of the Scottish Moorland Group Understandable public concern has been expressed about the practice of culling mountain hares and this is perfectly reasonable given the recent coverage in print and social media. So moorland managers are keen to explain more about their work to sustainably manage populations of mountain hares in
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THE BIRDS FLY HIGH
THE BIRDS FLY HIGH
There is much to celebrate about grouse shooting in Scotland but sometimes the tremendous contribution moorland management makes in terms of environment and conservation is overlooked. It was therefore particularly gratifying this evening to see the Scottish Parliament recognise what is achieved by gamekeepers and land managers as they do their bit to support and
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THE GIFT OF GROUSE
THE GIFT OF GROUSE
The Gift of Grouse is an exciting new campaign and marks a step change in how we explain the many benefits of grouse moor management to the environment, economy and people of Scotland. On the Glorious Twelfth we gathered in Glen Clova, at the heart of the Angus Glens, to launch the initiative following months
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