Deer Stalking in the South East

Deer Stalking in the South East of England offers arguably some of the best stalking available in the whole of the UK. Compared with other areas in the UK, the relatively moderate climate and high density of woodland in the south east means that deer have an excellent availability of food through good quality grazing and browse.

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(Above: Deer Stalking in the South East of England for the native Roe Deer)

This in turn can lead to some excellent specimens. Indeed each year many medal class animals are seen to come from the southern counties of England. Whilst the South East of England typically plays host to Fallow, Roe and Muntjac there are also small populations of Red, Sika and CWD.

The nature of the 'open' stalking seasons for the deer species that typically frequent the South East of England (Roe, Fallow & Muntjac), mean that there is at least one deer species or another, in season 365 days a year! (Click on this link for Deer Open Seasons in England & Wales: deer-stalking-seasons)

'Go Stalking' with County Deer Stalking in South East England 

At County Deer Stalking we are based in the South East of England and can offer superb guided deer stalking for four of the UK's six species of deer, Roe, Fallow, Muntjac and Sika deer, in beautiful surroundings less than one hour from London, Heathrow and Gatwick Airports.


(Above: A client stalking with County Deer Stalking during the height of the Roe Rut)

Our main Stalking grounds are in Surrey, Hampshire, Oxfordshire and Kent, in which counties we manage the deer on several prestigious country estates over thousands of acres.

Click on any one of the links below to read more about a particular county within the South East of England or to book an outing Deer Stalking in the South East of England please follow this link:  outings-uk

Alternatively to watch us in action stalking deer in some of the south east counties, take a look at our short films page: short-films









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