Scottish Gamekeepers Association

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.

Join & Renew

If you would like to find out the many benefits SGA membership brings.


Enjoy the best sporting shooting in Scotland and beyond with our insurance cover.


Managing land for stalking and promoting the welfare of Scotland’s iconic species.


Stewarding some of the best salmon and trout angling waters in the world.

Latest News:

SGA Fishing Group Members.

See Response to Wild Fisheries Reform Consultation.

Meeting date coming soon.

Land Reform

Have views on Land Reform in Scotland?

Land Reform consultation closes August 14th, 2015.

Our Chairmans Blog:

Alex Hogg (Chairman)

Quick Fact

Red GrouseThe red grouse is a totally wild bird. Moorland which is used for grouse shooting - when there is a harvestable surplus of the birds - also supports a wide variety of other creatures, including curlew, golden plover and short-eared owls.