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.
We hunt a huge 28 point Lowland Red Stag and look at the environmental justification for doing so.
The West Highlands of Scotland represent some of the most dramatic landscapes in the UK and arguably the world, here the stalking and hunting of deer has been a way of life for generations.
Members of County Deer Stalking’s official members club ‘The Capreolus Club’ travel to the breath-taking Dalness Estate in Glen Etive, location of numerous films including Harry Potter, Braveheart, the 39 steps and of course the Bond film Skyfall to stalk Red Deer.
James Mott travels to Reims in France with the Capreolus Club in search of some top quality sport and the very best that France has to offer.
James Schneider recalls an exhilarating stalk for a huge Red stag in the historic county of Ayrshire in south-west Scotland.
Senior CIC Measurer Iain Watson looks at the outrage caused by the John Muir Trust following their slaughter of 86 Red Stags.
This year the rut for most deer species has been late, Peter Jones investigates what is going on.
In the first of several trips to the highlands the Capreolus Club visits the much discussed Mar Lodge in search of Red Stag. Alistair Stobie takes up the story.
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.