Deer Stalking is the term used in the UK to refer to Deer Hunting or the stealthy pursuit of deer. Though historically undertaken with the use of dogs modern deer stalking in the UK is typically undertaken with the use of a high powered rifle fitted with a telescopic sight.
Harper Adams University adopts the PDS1 Deer Stalking Certificate.
We reveal the details of new legislation provided in the Deer (Scotland) Amendment Order 2023.
The 01st August marks a transition in deer stalking, with the males of the larger, herding species now in season across the whole of the UK.
New Proficient Deer Stalker Certificate Level 2 sets the ‘gold-standard’ in UK deer stalking.
Professional Deer Manager Peter S Jones looks at the rise of deer in urban environments and the challenges involved in controlling a rising deer population.
A new Scotland Module has been added to the PDS1 Deer Stalking Qualification, that makes the Proficient Deer Stalking Certificate Level 1 even more relevant to those that hunt and stalk deer in Scotland.
In the UK the LANTRA Accredited, Proficient Deer Stalker Certificate Level 1 PDS1, is fast gathering pace as the UK’s go to Deer Stalking Qualification, with a new candidate passing the course every other day.
For target shooters and foreign hunters, obtaining a Firearm Certificate in the UK to shoot deer, may involve acquiring some additional knowledge and skills, experienced African hunter and target shooter Peter Osborne, explains how taking the PDS1 Certificate achieved this.
County Deer Stalking & Capreolus Club become a key corporate supporter of the 'The Country Food Trust' charity.