Woodcock migration: Satellite-tagged birds make up time after setting off for their summer breeding grounds 10 days later than usual.
Countryside Alliance endorses use of lead shot for shooting: Campaign manager David Taylor argues that there is no grounds for changing the ammunition shooters currently use.
Anti-shooting groups reaction to new buzzard licence: A group of wildlife organisations, including the RSPB, the Wildlife Trusts and the RSPCA, have joined together to demand that the Government issues no further licences for the destruction of birds of prey or their nests.
Seasoned shots and novices alike are invited to test their skills at the inaugural Scottish Countryside Alliance team clay shoot and lunch on the Hopetoun Estate in South Queensferry on 19 July.
Scottish firms hit by restrictions on hunting and fishing knives: Scottish gun and fishing tackle shops have been impacted by a licensing scheme introduced in 2010 which restricts the sale of knives, according to BASC Scotland.
World famous gunmakers Atkin Grant & Lang, part of the Francis Lovel Group, has joined forces with Primoris Sporting.
Shooting groups unite over illegal use of lead shot: Leading countryside organisations have stressed the need to comply with the law on the use of non-lead ammunition.
Askham Bryan College secures lease of grouse moor to give students hands-on experience of managing heather.
Firearms licence conditions: Chief constable advises that conditions for firearms licensing should be streamlined to prevent delays and save police time.
EU firearms consultation: The shooting community has “a duty to respond” to the biased EU firearms questionnaire, say fieldsports organisations.
Fred Taylor: The 25th GWCT Scottish Game Fair will be the setting of a competition for working ponies in memory of the late Fred Taylor, head stalker on Invermark Estate in Angus, who died last year.