Trapping is a legitimate and indispensable activity for regulating wildlife populations. Without trapping, overpopulation of certain species - including invasive alien species - can occur, with serious potential consequences for human health, private property and ecosystems. FACE together with its partners developed the Best Practice Guidelines on Trapping Mammals in Europe with the aim to ensure a high standard of welfare for trapped animals and to minimise any non-target captures.
FACE is currently looking for a TRANSLATOR/ASSISTANT to join its small and dynamic team in Brussels and assist with the smooth running of the Federation. The post holder will mainly be involved in translation work from English into French and administrative work and assistance to the Office & Business Management Unit.
BASC'S “GREEN SHOOTS” RECOGNISED BY THE WELSH ASSEMBLY GOVERNMENT - Recently BASC's "Green Shoots" was identified as an example of sustainable land management by the National Assembly for Wales’ Environment and Sustainability Committee. The project aims to achieve public conservation targets by working with the shooting community and partners to target conservation effort on land which is shot over.