BASc


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BASc

abbr.
1. Bachelor of Agricultural Science
2. Bachelor of Applied Science
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BASC chairman Alan Jarrett said: "Every vote counts in an election, especially in times when hung parliaments and coalition governments are possible.
Simon Clarke, spokesman for the BASC, said: 'We need something more to tackle this culture of illegal weapons which are coming into the country.
BASC head of gamekeeping Glynn Evans said: "Gamekeepers are often on the front line of the fight against wildlife crime.
Attendances were up on 2010, said Glynn Cook, who is due to step down as BASC Wales director later this year.
The BASC, which was originally founded in 1908, has shown a "great sense of responsibility" in the promotion of a code of behaviour and a balanced attitude towards all forms of wildlife, he added.
Green Shoots involves BASC members, farmers, partner organisations and other volunteers.
BASC also believes that uniformed officers without specialist firearms licensing training may be unaware of the details of legal requirements for firearms security.
Elsewhere at the fair, BASC will have a new look to its sporting clay shoot, with a new layout designed by Matthew Barrett of Promatic Traps.
Gary Ashton, BASC Wales director, said: "There are around 76,000 people in Wales who shoot and we hope this cross-party group will help us address issues which are close to our members' hearts.
Tim Russell, BASC director of conservation, said "Everyone involved in shooting should look out for the signs of infected trees such as lesions and cankers on the bark and, in the spring, die back of foliage.
The event was run by the National Gamekeepers' Organisation (NGO) and BASC.