British Deer Society

Muntjac Symposium gathers to manage invasive species

Deer experts from all over the UK are gathering at Newcastle University to review the status of the non-native muntjac deer and to plan how to keep the North of England and Scotland free of muntjac. The small, Chinese muntjac

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SPONSORED: BDS at the Game Fair

Visit the British Deer Society at stand number N1429  Come and meet the BDS team at this year’s Game Fair, where they will be launching the new BDS Deer App with the team ready to give you a demo on

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BDS offers a select preview of their 2019 summer auction

The British Deer Society (BDS) offers a select preview of some of their latest lots recently secured for their 2019 Summer Auction. A key fixture on the British Deer Society’s fundraising calendar, the summer auction is a popular event. The

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Irish luck

Chris Dalton crosses the Irish Sea to try his luck at a sika stag, but poor conditions threaten to end his stalk before it’s even begun

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Poaching report notebook produced

A new notebook to help the public record suspected poaching or coursing incidents has been produced. PAW Scotland Poaching and Coursing Priority Group released the notebook to allow people to record as much accurate and detailed information as possible to

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Change on the BDS board

At its 50th anniversary AGM, the British Deer Society (BDS) elected two new members to its board. Elected to the board as trustee directors were chairman of the BDS’s East Anglian branch, Nick Rout, and Selena Barr. Roddy Ando, of

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