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.
In the UK the finest month of the year to be hunting Fallow Buck is October and there are few better ways to enjoy it, than by joining the Capreolus Club during one of its many overnight trips to the New Forest.
As the Fallow Deer season gets underway James Schneider visits one of the Capreolus Club’s Fallow grounds in East Sussex, an area designated as part of a rewilding scheme.
The White Hart is a creature of legend, we set out in search of one of these mythological creatures.
Deer Stalking in the New Forest - How often in deer stalking, beyond the boundaries of an enclosure or park, is the word ‘cull’ truly appropriate? A handful of our club members experience one such example.
James Schneider steps out with his son in search of Fallow Buck on the superb Capreolus Club PLUS scheme.
Toby Worthington considers when it is appropriate to cull mature Fallow Buck.
Every year, at the start of every new Fallow Buck Season, I invariably find myself remarking, just how heavy many of the Fallow Buck are.
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.