North Yorkshire Moors Moorland Organisation

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The North Yorkshire Moors Moorland Organisation (NYMMO) created in 2015 by a collection of Moorland Estates aiming to promote the positive aspects of shooting estates.

Our aim is to highlight the benefits of shooting estates, from the conservation work undertaken to the wildlife and moors but also to showcase the great benefits that are generated to the local communities and economies.

We strive to make a difference, be heard for the right reasons and to help secure the longevity of shooting as a great past-time.

 

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The Columba Project benefits from NYMMO Dog Training Days

13th March 2019

NYMMO are really proud to be able to hand over £1,000.00 to Maureen Westerman who has been the project co-ordinator for the Columba Project in Middesbrough since it’s inception in 2003.  Since opening its doors 16 years ago the charity has provided a place for vulnerable young adults to attend t...

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Frog Spawn Spotting

5th March 2019

January and February is a key time for frogs and toads as this is the period in which they start spawning.For anyone who doesn't know the difference between Frog and Toad spawn the thing you need to look out for is that Frog spawn is always laid in clumps whereas Toad spawn looks like long strin...

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Gun Dog Handler Training on the North York Moors

3rd March 2019

A massive thank you to John Cavana and Connolly's Red Mills for putting on 3 days of HPR (Hunt, Point, Retrieve) Gun Dog Handler Training on the North York Moors.I attended the event on Thursday, unfortunately for me I'd picked the only foggy day in an unusually tropical February but still got t...

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