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Conservation Fact File 5 - Predator and Pest Control
Another video in the Conservation Fact file series. This time we cover predation control, who are the predators and their prey and how we control them.
Learn more about the six deer species found in the UK, their lifecycle, including predators, the problems associated with their population increase and the effect they have on the habitats they inhabit
The grey partridge is a Biodiversity Action Plan species lead by the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust. This resource contains a wealth of information about this species, including the history of its decline and all of the factors involved including habitat, gamekeeping and the use of herbicides and insecticides.
The Gamekeeper's Role in Sustainable Countryside Management
This resource shows how game and conservation managers maintain the balance and shape the countryside we live in. It is designed as a complete teaching pack for use with children in the 9-13 age range.
Heather Moorland Management
Heather moorlands are not only beautiful, but ecologically important habitats that have been managed for hundreds of years by gamekeepers. Find out how and why in this series.
In this award winning 17-minute video, Adam - who is lost on the moors after becoming separated from his school party - meets Fred, the gamekeeper. On the way back to the minibus Fred teaches Adam about the moorland
Waders on the Fringe
If we are to restore some of today's vulnerable and declining birds we need to understand how 19th century gamekeeping and predator control for gamebirds affected other wildlife.
Langholm Moor Demonstration Project
The Langholm Moor Demonstration Project is a ten-year project which aimed to establish a commercially viable driven grouse moor, restore an important site for nature conservation and balance the needs of an economically viable grouse moor alongside the conservation needs of protected raptors, especially the hen harrier.