To provide a forum for discussion of science-based game and wildlife conservation policies in the countryside.
1. Written evidence: Lead Ammunition Group (EB71)
04/11/2020 - Bill Documents
Found: concerning lead ammunition and its threats to wildlife, human
and the environment.
2. Chairman of Natural England speaks at the Game Fair
27/07/2018 - Natural England
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Found: Chairman of Natural England speaks at the Game Fair - GOV.UK
3. Recognition of work carried out by gamekeepers in conservation
14/01/2020 - Early Day Motions
Found: this House notes with gratitude the tremendous conservation that is carried out by gamekeepers; further
4. Review of gamebird releases on and around European protected sites
30/10/2020 - Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
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Found: and the British Association of Shooting and Conservation
. Natural England
Evidence Review NEER016
5. MP_Financial_Information object (14640)
28/06/2021 - MP Financial Interests
Found: From 15 June 2021, a Trustee of the Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust. This is an unpaid role. (Registered
1. Trophy Hunting
15/05/2019 - Westminster Hall
1: past 50 years, implying that the annihilation of wildlife is an emergency that threatens civilisation itself - Speech Link
2: this—to separate the moral arguments from the conservation arguments. Morally, the issue is largely black - Speech Link
3: congratulate the hon. Gentleman for what he does on conservation work across the world. We are much indebted - Speech Link
2. Grouse Shooting
21/06/2021 - Westminster Hall
1: shooting is bad for people, the environment and wildlife. People; grouse shooting is economically insignificant - Speech Link
2: lots of wildlife, but that is not always the case. Coniferous woodland is almost devoid of wildlife. People - Speech Link
3: Wild Justice are absolutely passionate about conservation and are genuine in their concerns about the - Speech Link
3. Hare Coursing
01/12/2020 - Westminster Hall
1: I suspect that he is coming to the game laws. Section 4 of the Game Laws (Amendment) Act 1960 makes provision - Speech Link
2: Other hon. Members have made the point that the old game laws need to be reformed to increase fines and the - Speech Link
3: the Game Act 1831 includes two separate offences for trespassing during the day in search of game. Fines - Speech Link
4. Trophy Hunting Imports
02/10/2019 - Westminster Hall
1: endangered—even giraffes are affected. British big game hunters have travelled to every corner of the globe - Speech Link
2: times we are living in and the threat facing all wildlife demand a clear moral response. Things need to - Speech Link
3: institutions, such as the International Union for Conservation of Nature, the European Parliament and the convention - Speech Link
5. Trophy Hunting Imports Ban: Endangered Species
03/11/2021 - Westminster Hall
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