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Darryl Pace

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This is one of the latest films i did for angus moorland group. We tried to show in the film the education behind gamekeeping and the young people that want to become gamekeepers and what drives them. Let me know what you think. Very excited to be making more of these throughout the year.


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Very interesting video mate enjoyed it,my youngest step son is wanting to be a gamekeeper so this should be good for him to watch.

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Well done and informative. It's interesting to get a quick look at the program and the young folks going into the field.



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Excellent bit of film. Covered some key points, albeit briefly, of conservation, biodiversity of species, culling etc. If more education authorities were to make schemes like this more widely available, I think it would certainly give a bit more hope and encouragement to some youngsters, as to what could be achievable, instead of the hopeless, drug/alcohol fuelled apathy many find themselves in. Again, cracking bit of work :thumbs: .



The brief comment was only due to it being an edited, short piece of filming, not a criticism. GOOD WORK :thumbs:

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