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

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 grouse shoot himself, Mr.Thornton Berry argues there […]

Scottish group highlights the management ‘benefits’ of grouse moors

A year-long campaign has been launched to “highlight the benefits” provided by the management of Scotland’s grouse moors.

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 be licensed. The call follows the discovery […]