Deer Stalking in Scotland is regarded by sportsmen and women the world over as a privilege. Recreational shooting activities affected included driven game shooting, rough shooting, deer stalking, wildfowling and target shooting. The facts are that most stalkers work alone. The meat of a red deer, venison, is widely used as a food source to the extent that red deer farming now To make a booking or enquiry simply complete the form at the foot of this page. Introduction This Code of Practice has been produced to provide an introductory guide to deer stalking. (2003). checking with the estate or appropriate hillphone service (see links) to find out about stalking activities before you At Deer Scotland we have over 30,000 acres of shooting and stalking ground, offering world-class shooting and stalking trips in Scotland. At Scottish Borders Roe Deer Stalking we are able to offer first class stalking for Roe Buck and Roe Doe's during their relevant season which stretches from 1st April to 31st October for Bucks, and from 21st October to 31st March for Doe's. Roe Buck Stalking The East Coast of Scotland has long been associated with high quality trophies especially here in Fife. Glendessary Lodge offers a memorable experience of a Highland Scottish estate in a wilderness location whilst experiencing the comfort and amenities of modern living. Threats to deer. We are based on the east coast, only 1 hour drive from Edinburgh airport and 10 minutes from St. Andrews. The Scottish Outdoor Access Code calls on us to help minimise disturbance during the stalking season by taking “reasonable steps” to find out where stalking is taking place and by “taking account of advice on alternative routes”. Scotland – Saturday & Sunday Colin Shedden – 07770 990 222. /* 300x250, created 04/04/10 */ The buck stalking attracts guests from all over world due to the quality of the heads and the unrivalled experience. The East Coast of Scotland has long been associated with high quality trophies especially here in Fife. Deer Stalking is a unique and captivating way of enjoying the most beautiful of environments, and countryside, taking you through mountains, glens and forests in search of deer. This includes having regard for essential land management activities, which in many of Scotland's hill and mountain areas includes deer stalking. Selective stalking lies at the heart of our business. Red deer are found across much of Europe and are one of the largest deer species in the world. Hillwalkers are being encouraged to check online for deer stalking information before setting out during the busiest part of the season. on the hill keep to the ridges and avoid cutting through corries particularly when descending as this disturbs the deer Roe and Red Deer Stalking in Scotland Woodmill Shootings provides tailor made sporting breaks for people who seek the excitement and challenge of outstanding deer stalking in Scotland. habitats and ensuring the long-term health of the wild deer population, as well as providing a valuable source of income for Highland Roe Deer Stalking. This includes having regard for essential land management activities, which in many of Scotland's hill and mountain areas Red Deer. Fortunately for our clients, we have access to … includes deer stalking. Red Deer Stalking. The stalker will then select which deer is A little about us. the deer back to base, by strapping it to the back of a pony and walking it back down. As well as helping control the Meggernie Estate is a famed stag forest which provides ample ground for two rifles. Deer stalking is a traditional way of managing the red deer herd and plays an important role in conserving We pride ourselves on providing hunting in the Scottish Highlands for red stags and hinds on traditional open hill estates and can also source hunting elsewhere in the UK. less. Similar in appearance, although smaller than the Red Deer, the Sika Deer has […] less. Stalking for roe does is covered in our Winter Stalking package.