The Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform Committee has just published their Report on Deer Management in Scotland: Report to the Scottish Government from Scottish Natural Heritage 2016.
Among the twenty seven main points there is a range of opinions and acknowledgements, criticisms and recommendations
The Society will be holding its annual weekend meeting on 13/14 May 2017 at the five-star luxury spa and golf Celtic Manor Resort in South Wales, located in the beautiful Usk Valley within 2000 acres of parkland.
We have been given excellent accommodation rates at the resort including full English breakfast and we anticipate a really great weekend.
Saturday will revolve around a series of seminars on BDS work and a gourmet venison master class, and the AGM will take place on the Sunday.
The British Deer Society is very excited to be taking part in Walk 4 Wildlife, a major event that brings together wildlife charities around the country in an important fundraising effort. Schools across Britain are being invited to take part in an attempt to create the largest sponsored walk ever, while raising funds for their favourite animal charity.
The Home Office has published a consultation which seeks views on the implementation of new fees for firearms licences that are issued by the Home Office including fees for approval of shooting clubs.
Our new online training course booking system is now live on our website. It provides an easier way to book and pay for courses, and can be done online, at anytime to suit you!
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Enter before 31st March
This one day workshop, aimed principally at advanced PhD students and early post-docs, will review key skills and knowledge that can enhance prospects for establishing a career in conservation science.
Maybe you have no time for a DSC1 course and want to learn at your own pace?
Or maybe you just want to refresh your knowledge of UK deer and their recognition?
UDD Online can help you with all that!