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The Group was appointed as an independent working group to review the existing statutory and non-statutory arrangements for the management of wild deer in Scotland, taking account of the position with each of the four species of wild deer in Scotland and the varying circumstances across Scotland.
This Report is the result of the Group’s review and contains a wide range of recommendations to fulfil the Group’s remit to make “recommendations for changes to ensure effective deer management that safeguards public interests and promotes the sustainable management of wild deer”.
|Place of Publication||Edinburgh|
|Publisher||Scottish Government, Environment and Forestry Directorate|
|Commissioning body||Scottish Government|
|Number of pages||374|
|Publication status||Print publication - Feb 2020|
Bibliographical noteContains public sector information licensed under the Open Government Licence v3.0.
- wild deer
- deer management
- land use
- public interests
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Jayne Glass (Speaker)10 Mar 2020
Activity: Talk, evidence or presentation types › Evidence to committees
Brooker, R. W., Thomson, SG., Matthews, K. B., Hester, A. J., Newey, S., Pakeman, R. J., Miller, D., Mell, V., Aalders, I., McMorran, R. & Glass, J., 2 Dec 2019, SEFARI. 19 p.
Research output: Book/Report/Policy Brief/Technical Brief › Commissioned report › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile