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Paul Childerley emphasises the virtue of selflessness as he makes the snap decision to turn down a trophy buck in favour of a cull candidate on a May stalk
Vital for any deer manager is getting to know the size and structure of deer numbers on your ground. John Johnson explains how to get the most accurate data from a baited camera trap survey
Are we really managing our deer properly? John Johnson looks into the criteria we need to fulfil to be able to answer that question affirmatively
Red Peril: Mike Powell questions whether our current fox population is secure from the influx of new shooters
For as long as man and fox have lived together there has been conflict between the two. It all started, no doubt, when early man trapped and killed the fox, along with other animals, to provide pelts for clothing. As…
Fears that England’s most endangered breeding bird of prey is on the verge of extinction have been renewed as a fourth hen harrier has disappeared from a nest in the Pennines
Some 20,000 people have now passed the Deer Stalking Certificate Level 1, examining body DMQ has announced.
The Forestry Commission has established The Wild Venison Project to tackle growing deer population; harvests provide economic boost and tasty alternative.
The British Deer Society has unveiled a new initiative to help DSC2 candidates complete the part of the examination that requires them to perform three culls