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FIELDSPORT TV PODCAST WITH WHH’S NIALL ROWANTREE

Following on from the successful series, ‘A Year in the Life of Red Deer’, Niall talks to David Wright from Fieldsports TV in a Podcast.

David and Niall are now filming ‘The Scottish Sporting Year’ a new series that covers all kind of wildlife management in Scotland and takes Niall as far as New Zealand.

A YEAR IN THE LIFE OF RED DEER – PART FOUR

The team from Fieldsports Britain return to Ardnamurchan estate to film chapter four of ‘A Year in the Life of Red Deer’. In this episode, the team follows West Highland Hunting’s head stalker, Niall Rowantree as he decides which calves and hinds to cull on the estate.

It is winter on the hill, and not all of them will survive. Niall has been nurturing these deer for a year – but he knows that removing the weaker ones will help the rest of the herd. Stalkers Robert Sajitz and Jon Carrington from Blaser Sporting join him on the hill as he tries to track a tricky calf.

A YEAR IN THE LIFE OF RED DEER – PART THREE

Sit back, relax and enjoy a cuppa while watching our latest instalment from Fieldsports Britain – chapter three in our series ‘A Year in the Life of Red Deer’.

In this episode sporting manager, Niall Rowantree talks us through the rut, one of our sporting guests plays an important part in herd management and see life from a stag’s perspective as we pop a camera on his head to monitor movements.

A YEAR IN THE LIFE OF RED DEER – PART TWO

Fieldsports Britain visits Ardnamurchan estate for part two of their four-part film, A Year in the Life of Red Deer.

In this episode we highlight the work our team at West Highland Hunting do managing red deer and other game on the estate in late summer/ early autumn. As the rut approaches we are working flat out to give the clients what they want: the glorious Scottish landscape and the excitement of creeping up on Scotland’s most iconic animal.

The film is kindly supported by riflemaker Blaser and optics company Leica.

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