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The new Shoot­ing Times Face­book group re­places the Shootin­guk Fo­rum, which has now closed. It is a lively place to chat, dis­cuss and con­verse with like-minded peo­ple, ask ques­tions, share tips and ad­vice. To join, visit po.st/stfo­rum.

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of our read­ers will fondly re­mem­ber the old I-SPY books which en­cour­aged chil­dren to look around them and learn about the world by spot­ting and tick­ing off land­marks, an­i­mals, cas­tles, trees and so on. They could then send the com­pleted book for a badge and cer­tifi­cate. Af­ter 70 years the books are still pop­u­lar and pub­lisher Collins is giv­ing away a lim­ited edi­tion of 500 col­lec­tors’ I-SPY badges to cus­tomers who com­plete their I-SPY guides. Drag the chil­dren away from their ipads and test their coun­try cre­den­tials with the trees, dogs and birds books. Visit www.harper­collins. co.uk for more in­for­ma­tion.

Visit the Cor­nish Grey Par­tridge Project at the Royal Corn­wall Show, Wade­bridge, on 7-9 June, and talk to Game & Wildlife Con­ser­va­tion Trust (GWCT) staff to hear about the lat­est de­vel­op­ments.

“Though we are only two years into the project, I’m pleased with the find­ings so far,” said Nick Sother­ton, GWCT’S di­rec­tor of re­search.

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