The local BDS branches will be holding their AGMS over the coming months, and all members are invited to attend. pdf View dates and locations (32 KB) .
For more information about the local BDS branches please view the local branch pages on the BDS website
Flexitarian millennials have given game sellers and chefs a record year, as they plump for ethical, wild meat over traditional cuts of chicken and beef.
Trendy London restaurants including Ottolenghi, Breddos Tacos and Bibendum have introduced quail and venison on their menus for the first time, and chefs say they are struggling to meet demand.
Acoustic sensors alert wildlife when cars are near – saving hundreds of animals from getting hit on the road. As well as in Tasmania, the devices are also being trialled in the UK, with a number already installed on a stretch of the A513, in Cannock Chase.
Another year is ending and the Christmas break is a good time to remind everyone about the annual BDS photographic competition which closes at the end of March 2019. SO if you haven’t yet entered anything for judging, this could be an opportune moment to get on and sort through your images or to get outside to try out some new kit……?
You can submit images electronically now, so it is very easy. Last year there were some quality entries so expectations are high. We are also always looking for deer images in wintry settings and in landscape format for the annual calendar.
Branches are also encouraged to submit their own branch entries for judging in the Dulverton Trophy award section of the competition. The last few years have seen a battle between two particular branches to take the prize but with few others taking part. It would be great to see more regional activity and entries.View News Archive