The SGA Year of Employment #YofE2021

Find out how shooting and fishing sustains more jobs than the leading Scottish Conservation charities combined.

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About The Scottish Gamekeepers Association

The Scottish Gamekeepers Association (SGA) represents and unites Scotland’s gamekeepers, stalkers, ghillies, wildlife managers and rangers.

We represent and defend the interests of our members and promote education and best practice in gamekeeping, highlighting the significant contribution our members make to Scotland’s economy, environment, biodiversity and larder.

Managing Scotland's wild places...

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Rural Worker video

One of the 5 ASKS of The Rural Workers’ Protest #RWP21 was that the Scottish Outdoor Access Code should be taught as part of the Scottish schools curriculum.

Buy SGA products in our Online Shop

We now have a selection of Gift Bundles, Children's Gifts, Ladies & Gents Clothing, Accessories and Membership Applications now available to purchase in our safe online shop.

What's Happening At SGA

Views from the Chair

Alex Hogg

Alex Hogg

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Silent Auction

The Scottish Gamekeepers Association is organising its annual Silent Auction, which has been a great success now for several years.

The funds raised are vital to our organisation as our membership is growing and so are the day- to- day running costs of administration.

The Auction closing date is Friday 7th May 2021.

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Download Postal Bids Form

Without the help of donors and fundraisers, the SGA would find it difficult to sustain the level of support given to its members.

SGA 2022 Calendar Competition is now open

We are looking for images of all working dogs, out doing their job, for our 2022 calendar.

Entries must be images which are 2mb or larger. Both portrait and landscape images can be submitted. The winning image will be in portrait form as it will be used on the front cover of the calendar.

The winner can chose an item of SGA merchandise and will receive a complimentary copy of the calendar. The 13 runners-up will receive a copy of the calendar and their images will be used throughout.

T&C’s – Images must be 2mb or larger and must be submitted by the 31st May 2021 to The winner will be announced on the 4th June 2021. Suggested images could be – Deer Stalking, Pheasant, Grouse, Partridge Shooting, Fishing, where the dog is working, too.

Members Notice

Members notice, please see link below for GWCT report (Changes in Moorland Birds in South West Scotland)

GWCT report

Survey Findings

3rd Party Illegal Activity on Grouse Estates

View Survey Findings

A Future for Moorland in Scotland

A Future for Moorland in Scotland

Download The SGA 'A Future for Moorland in Scotland' report.

Please consider a donation to the SGA for the production of this important project.
Contact 01738 587 515.

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