Charles Rangeley-Wilson's passion for poisson is tested by the "impossible" grayling, the only fish in abundance in French rivers with good reason.
As highlighted in The Field's Comment (November issue), risk assessments are now a vital part of any shoot, and it is incumbent upon us all to make what we do…
When Charles Rangeley-Wilson was a boy, he spent his summers fishing the far-flung loughs of Co Kerry for trout. Sneakily, via their stomachs, hes passed his love of lake-angling to…
Wise words from The Field miscellany.
The Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (G&WCT) has now issued guidelines on how to foster grey partridges in suitable areas.
The Clay Pigeon Shooting Association (CPSA) has developed a GCSE in clay-target shooting.
Deadly, alien crayfish are killing our endangered native species. We must act now to nip the problem in the bud, says Mike Daunt.
The honeybee population has experienced a sharp decline this year. This is due, in a large part, to the wet summer of 2007 and spring of 2008 and will not…
Rock off down to the Whitstable Oyster Festival and be seduced by the produce of Kent's pearl. Katie Dashwood's desire to find out more is aroused.
Recent research shows that farm shops are the fastest-growing retail sector.