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New paper on environmental impacts of driven grouse shooting Read more

Environmental impacts of high-output driven shooting of Red Grouse Lagopus lagopus scotica Read it here

Letter: A sticking plaster for climate issues? Read more

Slaughter On The Peaks Read more

Shooting: Government set to ignore calls to ban lead shot over health fears Read more

Fresh burning on Walshaw Moor blanket bog – 2 fingers to us down in the valley Read more

Turning Calderdale Green Read more

Six Ways the U.K. is Trying to Bring Back Its Harriers Read more

Wildlife crime: landowners and SNH lock horns over killing of protected birds of prey Read more

Shooting Lobbyists Bankroll Tory Jolly Read more

£1,000 reward offered after birds of prey(including an Osprey) are killed in Peak District Read more Once again, the area is surronded by grouse moors.

Over-managed grouse moors made floods worse, says Green party leader Natalie Bennett Read more

This flood was not only foretold – it was publicly subsidised Read more

Farmers need to change ways to avoid further flooding, Jeremy Corbyn’s environment spokesperson warns Read more

Lead poisons '100,000 birds annually' Read more

Turn your back on grouse Read more

RSPB Scotland reveals more than 700 raptor deaths in 20-year report Read more

Exeter bird lovers shocked after church peregrine falcon is shot Read more

The red grouse and medicated grit scandal: it’s hard to swallow Read more

Shooting of rare bird of prey on grouse moor could set conservationists against gamekeepers Read more

Inglorious – conflict in the uplands is a must read book by Dr Mark Avery, it is 292 pages plus index that you can't put down once you start reading. Click here to go to the authors website

Unfair game: why are Britain’s birds of prey being killed? Read more

Hundreds of birds of prey are being shot or poisoned in UK Read more

Bid to tackle bird of prey deaths Read more

Highland raptor poisoning reward now £14,000 as separate deaths probed Read more

Police confirm golden eagle found dead on grouse moor was poisoned Read more

Tests show that County Durham dead owls had been shot Read more

Three red kites from the North East are found poisoned Read more One of the dead kites was found on a grouse moor here which is owned by hedge fund owner Jeremy Herrmann. Jeremy owns East Allenheads which he paid approximately £10 million for, Muggleswick which he paid approximately £7 million and Allenheads Hall which cost approximately £2 million and was hired out to shooters for £5,000 per night. Jeremy is known to have said “there is no such thing as a poor grouse shooter.”

Birds of prey spared poison – to be stamped to death Read more

Police raid Highland estate over bird of prey deaths Read more