There are two reasons why I am excited this month. The first is quite simply that with March comes Spring. The second is down to the increasing success of the Proficient Deer Stalking Certificate (PDS1) and a new recommendation process that will reward readers and ensure even more people get involved with our beloved field sport.
The Jurassic coast of Dorset offers some of the best Sika deer hunting in the UK, we report back from a recent Capreolus Club trip to the stunning Ilse of Purbeck.
From February there is just a short time left to harvest the UK's largest species of deer.
Professional deer stalker and hunter Peter S Jones travels to the Exe valley in Exmoor to size up the regions Red Giants.
What does the New Year have in store for Deer Stalkers? In short, a great deal of excitement!
We report back from the Capreolus Club's bustling, fun Christmas event, hosted this year at the Beretta Gallery, London.
Christmas is our opportunity as deer stalkers, to be loud and proud about what it is that we do.
As every self-respecting deer stalker knows, the first day of the season for Red hinds is on the 21st October and this year members of the Capreolus Club were in the highlands ready and waiting.