Tag: Culling

A Brief Foray to Norway

The 2018 North Highland College exchange trip to Hedmark University campus at Evenstad, Norway, took place at an interesting time; with discussions around land use, rewilding, and wildlife management coming into public awareness more than they have for a long time… From the start… Continue Reading “A Brief Foray to Norway”

Field to Fork 2017

Last month, I was entered into the Field to Fork competition, run in collaboration by BASC Scotland, Scottish Natural Heritage, and Scotland’s Natural Larder. The competition aims to raise awareness of game meat as a healthy and sustainable option for the dinner table. It… Continue Reading “Field to Fork 2017”

High Flying and Deer Counting

We’ve had a busy couple of days so far this week with our Deer Management Groups’ deer count. Finally grabbing a couple of days of decent – but still pretty choppy and snowy – flying weather, deer stalkers from within the management group gathered… Continue Reading “High Flying and Deer Counting”

Stalking the Scottish Savanna

The Scottish Highlands have their own unique cold. I’m insistent of this fact, despite my colleague’s protestation that “Cold is cold.” Having just had the chance to sit in the Alps at -16, and the Highlands at 1 degrees Celsius, I can confirm the… Continue Reading “Stalking the Scottish Savanna”

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