The nation, home to an estimated 130,000 elephants, imposed the hunting ban in 2014 but now appears set to reverse it despite pressure from environmentalist groups. The move stems from president Mokgweetsi Masisi, who created a panel to review the…
As the opening of the roebuck season draws close, David Barrington Barnes recalls his first ever stalks after the UK’s most beloved deer species. If ever I had any doubts about becoming a deer stalker, these were dispelled by my…
Though maligned by some as unsporting, collective deer moving days can be ethical and effective when carried out properly, says David Barrington Barnes
I’d like to organise a collaborative culling day on my ground this winter. Is it a good idea?
If the doe cull seems too much for you to handle, you need to tackle it as a team exercise, says David Barrington Barnes
As the deer seasons change, we give you all the advice you need to get the doe cull kicked off successfully this November
Paul Childerley demonstrates that roe stalking excitement doesn’t end when the rut does, telling the tale of one buck that kept him heading out until the very end of the season
Editor-in-chief Pete Carr considers the selection and methods behind the doe cull and the importance of achieving the right ratio on one’s stalking ground
The season for roe and fallow does is shorter than that for the bucks and is necessarily further shortened through days lost to bad weather and the pressures of game shooting.
Byron Pace says that while roe doe stalking might not offer the trophies of its summer counterpart, it’s still a worthwhile enterprise with its own rewards