The bones of a large number of cranes, together with those of various ducks, suggest wildfowling
in the Trent floodplain, while the remains of deer, hare, woodcock and hazelnut shells indicate exploitation of woodland or more open landscape.
Over the years H&H has built many special sets of guns including the Queen's Silver Jubilee set in 1977 which consisted of two parts of guns, 12 and 20 bore, a three-inch chambered 12-bore wildfowling
gun and a petite 28 gauge.
HyperSonic is an excellent load for wildfowling
, just don't let the high velocity go to your head and start stretching your barrel.
In the early 1980s, former domestic science teacher Margaret Minhinnick and her husband, the poet Robert Minhinnick, became involved in a campaign to prevent wildfowling
at Kenfig nature reserve.
We use state-owned ground when wildfowling
, but this is mostly done on the water or below the high water mark.
Now the foreshore is under a management agreement - it has a wildfowling
ban on the foreshore at our end of the bay which is like a reserve.
Since the 1970s wildfowling
clubs have run a project to monitor Greenland white-fronted geese.
He is a member of Dee Wildfowling
and Wetland Management Club, whose members will be organising the shoot.
Simon Clarke, spokesman for the British Association for Shooting and Conservation, said: "Our people are testing ducks that would have been shot in the normal course of wildfowling
Under a section called "Scotland's best-kept holiday secret", the brochure says: "There are dozens of opportunities for pheasant shooting and wildfowling
and stalking deer and wild goat.
The document prepared by Graham Suggett, conservationist and Principal Emeritus of Warwickshire College, for the Standing Conference on Countryside Sports, shows that wildfowling
clubs manage 105,000 hectares of wetland, 90 per cent of which are designated of wildlife importance.
The book captures, with indelible clarity, the true beauty of wildfowling