Traditional country pursuits reimagined for a modern world
From muntjac and red deer to Spanish ibex, Cape buffalo, foxhunting and falconry...
Gary Turner talks us through his experience at the new Holland and Holland Shooting Ground, complete with its indoor shooting cinema.
The essence of country sports lies in overcoming the challenges encountered in the field while adhering to a centuries-old code. Great British stalking is a classic exemplar.
Fieldsports Magazine talks to deer biologist and Chairman of the British Deer Society, Rory Putman.
A compilation of facts and figures.
We speak to the renowned sporting and wildlife artist who uses an interesting medium to capture the nuances of his subjects.
Hugh van Cutsem talks us through his experience of taking the Deer Stalking Certificate Level 1 (DSC1) course.
They may not be a common sight on driven shoot days, but Mark Hinge is happy to extol the virtues of this little dog with a big heart, and a fantastic nose.
The fall and rise of the double rifle.
Fieldsports provide us with a unique view of the natural world – a perspective that, in today’s day and age, has become increasingly important.
Sporting activities in the days of the British Raj.
How a lifelong fascination was created.
There’s much to consider when planning an African hunting safari, but it’s often the small, simple things that really make the experience what it is, says Peter Ryan.
Swapping the Scottish Highlands for the south of England, Sam Thompson joins Rob Minty to learn more about the UK’s smallest deer species and its management.
Trophy hunting is often completely misunderstood. The greatest threat to Africa’s wildlife isn’t hunting – it’s ignorance.
A day out with the Dartmoor Falcons proves that a crow doesn’t necessarily travel in that proverbial straight line.
A few chilling accounts of weird and inexplicable events that have occurred in the hunting field.
The speed, the beauty, the deadly demeanour – a day out hawking leaves Will Pocklington in awe of one of nature's most formidable predators.
Hunting, whether on a pony or on foot, provides children with so much more than fresh air and exercise.
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