Don’t know about other regions of the United Kingdom, but certainly in Scottish Central Belt we all could over the years see more and more deer close to roads, motorways and towns. Not only a single deer here and there,
“The British Deer Stalking Bible” by Peter Carr was another Christmas present I never managed to read when I got it, but finally found some time to finish it. It is a bit different book as author says more about
“Woodland Stalking” by Peter Carne is one of the “how to” books. It briefly describes six British deer species, but really concentrates on equipment, law, training, ground preparation etc. There is also a chapter treating about obtaining stalking I found
Richard Prior is a known expert on roe deer and his “The Roe Deer: Conservation of a Native Species” is a must for any roe stalker. This is a proper deer monography, but is well written and easy to read.
“Deer Stalking and Management” by Lewis Potter is quite new deer stalking book first published in 2008. It looks really good with a roebuck photo on front cover. Pictures by Brian Phipps are really good and there are plenty of
When I first came to the UK I ended up in Essex. This was so different to Polish countryside. I remember looking out the bus window going from Stanstead Airport to Braintree at all the fields and quite densely populated
I got “A passion for deer stalking” by Darcy Books for Christmas, with a few other books I still have to read. This is definitely something different from the usual educational and “how to” books. This is a compilation of