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The Field

May 01 2021
Magazine

Published by Time Inc. (UK) Ltd The Field is a monthly glossy magazine dedicated to those brave souls who shoot, fish and hunt way beyond the call of duty. Since 1853, its staff has selflessly brought its readers the cream of rural life, be it pheasant shooting, dry-fly fishing or the distinct merits of Cheval Blanc. If you love field sports, errant terriers and very foxy friends at hunt balls, The Field is for you.

The Field

An alliance to save salmon • What must be done to halt the alarming decline in our wild salmon? Five leading conservation bodies are pooling their knowledge to find the answers, as Mark Bilsby explains

Field in focus

Hedgerows set to make a return

Curlew recovery partnership

One good deed…

FIELD CHAMPIONS

Social spotlight

To do this month

Export woes for British gun trade

One million trees and counting

The Guineas • 1 & 2 MAY 2021, NEWMARKET

Starling Sturnus vulgaris

Kit to covert • Our monthly guide to everything notable in the field for sporting enthusiasts and those keen on country life

5 issues for just £5* if you subscribe to THE FIELD

Letters

In particulars • There’s nothing like getting your hands on a country estate – even if it is just on glossy paper, says Rupert Bates

Country estate of the month • CHISEL FARM HOUSE, HANFORD, DORSET

Six of the best: East Anglia & Lincolnshire

Black magic for May • For Neil Cross, mid May is the time to engage with the branchers at a Suffolk rookery, while Serena Cross is busting clays on behalf of the Worshipful Company of Gunmakers

Incisive moves • Engraving transforms a shotgun into a work of art, while the engraver preserves an ancient craft in the modern sporting world

Scotland, where the beats go on • That beauty is in the eye of the beholder is as true of fishing as anything else. Here, one rod picks his selection of Scotland’s most idyllic casts

Sales for the riverbank • Cast out broken kit then reel in these up-to-date items – or join an organisation to show your support

MEMBERSHIPS THAT SUPPORT WILD FISH

What lies ahead for our beloved salmon? • What is it about Salmo salar that gets under our skin? And what does the future look like for the king of fish? In the first of a two-part series, avid fishers offer their opinions

Igniting a spark • How do you communicate your passion for fishing and encourage children into the sport? There are a few things to consider…

Look out, gundog thieves about • How can you ensure that you are buying a puppy from a reputable seller? And what should you do to keep your dog safe?

HOW TO KEEP YOUR DOG SAFE

Quick fixes for shoot days • Whether you are missing driven birds behind or struggling with springing teal, here are 20 top tips to improve your game and clay shooting

And they call it puppy love • There’s no better way to show commitment to your hunt than by puppy walking – and it’ll provide you with lasting memories, too

WATCH OUT! TEME VALLEY PUPPIES ABOUT • Hound puppies can be as mischievous as they are adorable

Memoirs of Biddy Wingfield Digby • The last surviving competitor from the first-ever Badminton in 1949 explains how it began and why it has such enduring appeal

When the nightingale sang • Its song has inspired poets, musicians and romantics, but the sound of this woodland bird is disappearing from the British countryside. Why?

WHERE TO LISTEN TO NIGHTINGALES

When Chatsworth went bananas • He may not rank with Victorian greats such as Brunel or Telford, but Joseph Paxton left a global legacy that grew from Derbyshire roots

Country estate BRITISH SPORTING ART TRUST • John...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 124 Publisher: Future Publishing Ltd Edition: May 01 2021

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Published by Time Inc. (UK) Ltd The Field is a monthly glossy magazine dedicated to those brave souls who shoot, fish and hunt way beyond the call of duty. Since 1853, its staff has selflessly brought its readers the cream of rural life, be it pheasant shooting, dry-fly fishing or the distinct merits of Cheval Blanc. If you love field sports, errant terriers and very foxy friends at hunt balls, The Field is for you.

The Field

An alliance to save salmon • What must be done to halt the alarming decline in our wild salmon? Five leading conservation bodies are pooling their knowledge to find the answers, as Mark Bilsby explains

Field in focus

Hedgerows set to make a return

Curlew recovery partnership

One good deed…

FIELD CHAMPIONS

Social spotlight

To do this month

Export woes for British gun trade

One million trees and counting

The Guineas • 1 & 2 MAY 2021, NEWMARKET

Starling Sturnus vulgaris

Kit to covert • Our monthly guide to everything notable in the field for sporting enthusiasts and those keen on country life

5 issues for just £5* if you subscribe to THE FIELD

Letters

In particulars • There’s nothing like getting your hands on a country estate – even if it is just on glossy paper, says Rupert Bates

Country estate of the month • CHISEL FARM HOUSE, HANFORD, DORSET

Six of the best: East Anglia & Lincolnshire

Black magic for May • For Neil Cross, mid May is the time to engage with the branchers at a Suffolk rookery, while Serena Cross is busting clays on behalf of the Worshipful Company of Gunmakers

Incisive moves • Engraving transforms a shotgun into a work of art, while the engraver preserves an ancient craft in the modern sporting world

Scotland, where the beats go on • That beauty is in the eye of the beholder is as true of fishing as anything else. Here, one rod picks his selection of Scotland’s most idyllic casts

Sales for the riverbank • Cast out broken kit then reel in these up-to-date items – or join an organisation to show your support

MEMBERSHIPS THAT SUPPORT WILD FISH

What lies ahead for our beloved salmon? • What is it about Salmo salar that gets under our skin? And what does the future look like for the king of fish? In the first of a two-part series, avid fishers offer their opinions

Igniting a spark • How do you communicate your passion for fishing and encourage children into the sport? There are a few things to consider…

Look out, gundog thieves about • How can you ensure that you are buying a puppy from a reputable seller? And what should you do to keep your dog safe?

HOW TO KEEP YOUR DOG SAFE

Quick fixes for shoot days • Whether you are missing driven birds behind or struggling with springing teal, here are 20 top tips to improve your game and clay shooting

And they call it puppy love • There’s no better way to show commitment to your hunt than by puppy walking – and it’ll provide you with lasting memories, too

WATCH OUT! TEME VALLEY PUPPIES ABOUT • Hound puppies can be as mischievous as they are adorable

Memoirs of Biddy Wingfield Digby • The last surviving competitor from the first-ever Badminton in 1949 explains how it began and why it has such enduring appeal

When the nightingale sang • Its song has inspired poets, musicians and romantics, but the sound of this woodland bird is disappearing from the British countryside. Why?

WHERE TO LISTEN TO NIGHTINGALES

When Chatsworth went bananas • He may not rank with Victorian greats such as Brunel or Telford, but Joseph Paxton left a global legacy that grew from Derbyshire roots

Country estate BRITISH SPORTING ART TRUST • John...


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