Shooting’s proud heritage – An interesting perspective by a grouse shooter.

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Writing in the Yorkshire Post Adrian Thornton Berry recalls how it was when he was a schoolboy living close to a grouse moor and acting as a beater driving the grouse towards the butts. Now many years later and a member of a […]

Scottish group highlights the management ‘benefits’ of grouse moors

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It comes on the first day of the grouse shooting season, traditionally known as the “Glorious Twelfth”. Meanwhile, RSPB Scotland has again called for grouse moors to […]