Traditional country pursuits reimagined for the modern world
From muntjac and red deer to Spanish ibex, Cape buffalo, foxhunting and falconry...
A special time of year for the roe stalker: the rut.
Attitudes towards what many consider the 'prince' of the UK's deer species have changed considerably over the years.
You don’t need a specialist deer dog for stalking, says professional gundog trainer Ben Randall who is out most evenings hunting roe and fallow with his labradors.
Dr Kevin ‘Doctari’ Robertson, a qualified veterinarian and respected authority on African wildlife management and conservation, explains the controversial topic of what constitutes a trophy specimen.
Montana-based Andrew McKean is one of America’s most gifted outdoor writers. Formerly the editor of Outdoor Life, which had a readership of 5.4 million at its peak, he masterfully reflects on the universal gift of hunting.
Restauranteur, deer manager and venison retailer, Mike Robinson, explains the pandemic’s impact on British wild deer.
ATV’s may be quicker at getting deer off the hill, but there is certainly still a place for the wonderful Highland pony, as Susan Laing of Dalnacardoch Estate and Sylvia Ormiston of Balmoral Castle explain.
We all need to do our bit to promote Scottish deerstalking, says the sixth baronet and owner of Borrobol Estate in Sutherland, Michael Wigan.
An unforgettable big game hunt in the shadow of Uganda’s Mount Elgon.
Honest reflections on an unforgiving hunt in the Cameroon jungle by Lady Katie Percy.
As the days lengthen, an all-consuming desire to stalk Capreolus capreolus is triggered explains Anthony ‘Trigger’ Alborough-Tregear.
Will Pocklington reminisces about a plains game safari never to be forgotten.
An insight into the work of the CIC, trophy measuring and what those medals mean.
Someone else’s bird, a good animal that deserves to walk, or simply having enough and not needing more... Restraint when hunting – in the broadest sense of the word – is what separates true sportsmen from the rest.
Anthony ‘TRIGGER’ Alborough-Tregear looks into that special time of year for the roe stalker: the rut.
Stalking is a sport that enriches the soul explains Hugh Van Cutsem.
An exclusive, first of its kind interview with one of the modern era’s most celebrated hunters.
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