The Annual General Meeting of the Lowland Deer Network Scotland will take place at The Westerwood Hotel, 1 St Andrews Drive, Cumbernauld G68 0EW from 1.00pm on Sunday 26 January 2014. There will be couple of guest giving presentations including
I come across one of these at least once each year. They all pretty much similar cases – a young deer trying to jump a fence but gets caught be a hind leg. A sorry sight… 🙁
A friend invited me to join him stalking Saturday morning. We planned to go on a New Year’s Day, but weather was not great and we postponed till Saturday. It was a nice dry morning (finally 🙄 ) and after
It may not be anything new for you, but discovering Jim Corbett’s books was a revelation for me. 😆 I was looking for something new to read and someone mentioned “Man-eaters of Kumaon” by Jim Corbett. I was sceptical at
Bad weather Weather has been really bad recently. Gale force winds and rain for the last couple of weeks. I had booked in to visit our syndicate ground and had to give up it was so bad. The forecast was
I wish you all Merry Christmas and happy hunting in the New Year!
I wounded a roe deer couple of weeks ago. If you did not see the video and write up I will quickly remind you what happened. 🙄 I went to the plantation our deer group looks after. At very last
I got an invitation from a friend (thanks mate!) to come and help him with roe deer control. He manages roe deer on several plantations not far from where I stay and I really like to go there with him.
Just finished reading the Glorious Gentlemen: Tales from Scotland’s Stalkers, Gillies and Keepers by Bruce Sandison. This is kind on unusual book written in a form of interviews mixed with narratives and stories from the author. It shows how gillies,