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Read some of the trials and tribulations of a passionate countryside #wildlife  manager. Excerpts from SGA Chairman Alex Hogg's regular Shooting Times column, here: http://www.scottishgamekeepers.co.uk/news/chairmans-blog.html
#Yearoftheruralworker  
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#Gamekeepers  call for #dogs  to be kept on leads in national parks during breeding season, to protect threatened #wildlife  http://news.scottishgamekeepers.co.uk/2016/04/gamekeepers-back-dogs-on-leads-in.html +Cairngorms National Park
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Training Update - We are holding a Snaring Course on the 6th April at our offices in Perth at 11am.  If you are interested in attending this course please contact the office on 01738 587515

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Two Fantastic new ‪#‎job‬ opportunity for a ‪#Ghillie‬ for ‪#‎RiverConon and #HeadKeeper in Perthshire‬ on our website. ‪#‎Employment‬ ‪#‎YearoftheRuralWorker‬

http://www.scottishgamekeepers.co.uk/jobs-courses-and-new-laws/job-front.html

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Fantastic new ‪#‎job‬ opportunity for a ‪#‎FisheryOffer‬ ‪#‎WaterBailiff‬ for ‪#‎RiverTweedCommission‬ on our website. ‪#‎Employment‬ ‪#‎YearoftheRuralWorker‬

http://www.scottishgamekeepers.co.uk/jobs-courses-and-new-laws/job-front.html

Fantastic new ‪#‎job‬ opportunity for a ‪#‎Keeper‬ ‪#‎Stalker‬ in Lochaber on our website. ‪#‎Employment‬ ‪#‎YearoftheRuralWorker‬

http://www.scottishgamekeepers.co.uk/jobs-co…/job-front.html

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The importance of keeping land workers, their families and opportunities  in Scotland's remote straths and glens. Please view and share our short film for the SGA 2015 Year of the Rural Worker: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1BYBQB-P-1Y

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Gamekeepers give their response to the Introduction of the Land Reform (Scotland) Bill. #Yearoftheruralworker   #jobs   #communities  
http://news.scottishgamekeepers.co.uk/2015/06/sga-response-to-introduction-of-land.html
"We have faced huge challenges and have had to adapt to new ways of working; more in the last decade than at any other time in history.
“However, we have done it. We know what we do benefits Scotland’s countryside, its wildlife and communities and we know the integral part we play, in the public interest."
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