The NARGC submitted its Deer Stalking Course, certified by Lantra, to the Minister for Arts Heritage & the Gaeltacht (AHG), Ms. Josepha Madigan T.D.,
It is with great sadness we learned in early January 2020 that Countryside Alliance Ireland (CAI) are withdrawing from the Republic of Ireland (ROI).
Woodcock Research By now all should know that the NARGC is involved in several research projects. One of these projects is Woodcock. Every year
A longtime NARGC member, Boyd Bryce, is in the running for Farming for Nature Award. We are delighted and proud to support Boyd’s great
Please see below communique concerning the position in relation toindividuals who wish to travel between the UK and Ireland with theirfirearm for hunting and
Attention all members intending to travel to shoot in the UK please read the information provided in the below link. http://www.justice.ie/en/JELR/Pages/Brexit_-_Firearms_and_Explosives
EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES (ACQUISITION AND POSSESSION OF WEAPONS AND AMMUNITION) (AMENDMENT) REGULATIONS 2019 The National Association of Regional Game Councils (NARGC) is aware of the publication of
The NARGC will run a SAFE FOOD HANDLING COURSE on Saturday, 17th August 2019 at Bloomfield House Hotel, Mullingar, Co. Westmeath. Cost to NARGC
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“The woodcock is the only species of wading bird in Ireland that is adapted to breed in woodland. Its plumage provides superb camouflage, blending