Deer Stalking is the term used in the UK to refer to Deer Hunting or the stealthy pursuit of deer. Though historically undertaken with the use of dogs modern deer stalking in the UK is typically undertaken with the use of a high powered rifle fitted with a telescopic sight.
December is a perfect time to be stalking the smaller species of deer and a great time to secure yourself some venison for Christmas dinner.
It is one of the joys of deer stalking in the UK, that there is pretty much something going on all year round. But what is December renowned for?
With the October rut underway we provide you with the opportunity to listen to the sounds made by all of the UK's six species of deer.
October is one of the most important months of the year for deer stalkers, we take a look at what is going on.
James Mott provides a quick reference guide to the rutting behaviour and dates for the UK’s six species of deer.
In September and October we take a closer look at the herding species in particular Sika and Red Stags.
The month of August can be divided into two chapters, so what is going on?
We predict the start of the 2014 Roe Rut and look closer at what to expect during the month of July.
Perhaps of all the months in the deer stalkers calendar, June might be said to be the least eventful. The only deer in season across the UK are Roe Buck and Muntjac and to be frank, June is not the ideal month to stalk either.