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REINTRODUCTION OF NON-DOMESTIC RATES ON SHOOTING RIGHTS AND DEER FORESTS

REINTRODUCTION OF NON-DOMESTIC RATES ON SHOOTING RIGHTS AND DEER FORESTS

JOINT LETTER RESPONSE- REINTRODUCTION OF NON-DOMESTIC RATES ON SHOOTING RIGHTS AND DEER FORESTS

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Environmental Impacts of Salmon Farming: ECCLR Committee Call for Views

Environmental Impacts of Salmon Farming: ECCLR Committee Call for views in advance of the REC Committee’s parliamentary inquiry into aquaculture in Scotland.

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Environmental Impacts of Salmon Farming: ECCLR Committee Call for Views
Working for Waders- Update

Working for Waders- Update

Working for Waders- Update from the Raising Awareness & Best Practice Action Group

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New firearm and shotgun certificate application forms

New firearm and shotgun application and variation forms have been issued. There are important changes you need to be aware of.

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New firearm and shotgun certificate application forms
Reminder: Protection of Wild Mammals (Scotland) consultation

Reminder: Protection of Wild Mammals (Scotland) consultation

Reminder: Scottish Government consultation ‘Improving the Protection of Wild Mammals (Scotland) Act 2002’ closes on 31 January. Members asked to join SACS in a well-considered response.

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Guest Blog for GWCT

SACS Guest Blog for GWCT: Do Good and Do Well

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Guest Blog for GWCT
SACS letter to Nicola Sturgeon on hunting and grouse shoot licensing

SACS letter to Nicola Sturgeon on hunting and grouse shoot licensing

SACS has written to Nicola Sturgeon in the strongest terms regarding SNP National Council votes in favour of licensing driven grouse shooting and further restricting the use of dogs in fox control.

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SACS News Update December 2017

News update from SACS

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SACS News Update December 2017
SACS Shooting Rates progress

SACS Shooting Rates progress

Shooting Rates assessors have listened to SACS' concerns on behalf of members and are working with SACS to resolve these issues.

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Working for Waders-Volunteers Wanted

Working for Waders: A Call for Volunteers Populations of wading birds like curlew, lapwing and oystercatcher have declined markedly across Scotland: since 1994, curlew have declined by 61%, lapwing by 53% and oystercatcher by 40%. Two workshops, held earlier in 2017, (the overview report is available here ) highlighted that there was wide consensus on the need to halt and, where possible, reverse these declines. The Working for Waders Initiative has been established to bring people together to encourage new ways of thinking and working, especially through the development of collaborative activities and actions on ...

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Working for Waders-Volunteers Wanted
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