The conservation team helps create a guaranteed future for responsible shooting by providing members with advice on land and species management, gathering evidence to prove that shooting is vital for conservation and building strong links with conservation organisations and the UK governments to effectively promote shooting. And that is why you should join BASC today.
Through good conservation we can all work to ensure plentiful quarry species while benefiting the wider environment. Responsible shooting, as shown by BASC’s Green Shoots programme, is central to landscape-scale conservation. As shown by the Value of Shooting report, shooting is of major environmental, economic and social benefit to the UK.
As part of the Government’s ambitions to restore nature and halt the biodiversity declines by 2030, Defra are currently consulting on both nature recovery and environmental targets.
BASC is calling for users of the general licence for conservation in Wales to provide case studies to rebut NRW’s decision to remove jays, jackdaws and magpies.