Paul Childerley heads to Slovenia for the hunt of a lifetime amid not one but two mountain ranges
Will O’Meara treks to the furthest reaches of the Wicklow Mountains in search of a lone red-sika hybrid
Most tahr hunters head to New Zealand, where the species was introduced in 1904. Instead, Jens Kjaer Knudsen travels to where the species has always resided: the Himalayan Mountains in Nepal. Thomas Nissen reports…
Hunting with his son, Daryl Crimp faces a race against time to get into an old tahr bull before the unforgiving weather closes in
Will O’Meara delivers another instalment of lessons learned from hunts past – this time from a hill stalk in his native country of Wicklow
Daryl Crimp undertakes a 10-day meat hunt with two less-than-talkative companions. But who needs conversation when you have mountain scenery, regular snowfall and distant sika?
We talk to two hunters who spend hours perusing the sides of slopes to locate their quarry to get their tips on how best to spot wildlife
When Jens Kjær Knudsen first went to Turkey to hunt the Anatolian chamois, he didn’t succeed. Thomas Nissen joins him to document the second attempt
Sharp of eye and fleet of foot with a highly sensitised sense of smell, the wild mouflon ram is a worthy animal to pursue.