The Scottish Gamekeepers Association (SGA) believes the impact of the country’s growing number of wind farms on protected wildlife may have been massively under-reported.
Gamekeepers are to seek talks with police and Government over an escalation in the vandalism of legal traps by wildlife activists and the members of the public.
The spectacular Angus glens have been the catwalk for a fashion shoot showcasing the importance of tweed for Scotland’s sporting estates beyond the international runways where it remains in big demand.
Sir, - I refer to the letter from George Murdoch (September 13) that attempts to take me to task for expressing a view in support of fieldsports in Scotland.
Sir, - In reply to Tim Baynes of the Scottish Moorland Group on the culling of mountain hares, I can only think that Mr Baynes wears rose-tinted spectacles.
Sir, - I must take issue with the claims of Tim Baynes of the Scottish Moorland Group when he states (August 2) that hares are only culled when numbers are high.
Roseanna Cunningham has appealed directly to Scotland’s gamekeepers, stalkers and fishing ghillies to play their part in fighting wildlife crime.