Senior CIC Measurer Iain Watson looks at the outrage caused by the John Muir Trust following their slaughter of 86 Red Stags.
The month of May is all about Roe Buck and there are few better months in which to hunt them.
“Overall numbers of Roe Buck culled in the first three weeks of April far outstrip those coming from other months, of what is, after all, a long season.
"All Change please"; April represents the end of the line for the females of five of the UK's six species of deer and a change in focus toward the males.
With the Roe Buck season due to start in the UK in just three weeks time, we look further afield to France where Pierre-Jean Lacombe recounts the start of last year’s season near Toulouse.
Dr Simon Lee considers how much gun is too much gun and submits an application for a variation to his Firearms Certificate for a .338 Lapua Magnum.
At last the countryside starts to revive from its winter repose. The daylight hours lengthen and shadows become shorter in the progressively warm, early spring sunshine.
Chris Dalton talks dogs and comes clean on a four year old cover up.
With another tranche of this seasons hill stalking due to exit stage left on the 15th February and with the majority of the game season having left the building on the 1st Feb’, all is more quiet in the countryside.
Senior CIC International Trophy Judge Iain Watson weighs up the challenges involved in deer counting and the winter deer cull.