In Australia

Hog deer were introduced into Australia in 1866 by acclimatisation societies for hunting.

They had been losing new calves to wild dogs at an unacceptable rate.

SHOOTERS Union is stepping up its presence in New South Wales with the appointment of Craig Golding as their state co-ordinator.

A quick walk around and through the little green island confirmed my suspicions - deer scat and prints everywhere.

Small soft cover. Written and fully illustrated in watercolour by Glenn McLean

What a difference a day makes - an iconic fallow rut story.

Forestry Corporation of NSW (FCNSW) have advised that aerial baiting will commence in the NSW State forests listed below from (Thursday 14 May 2020).

We spent a lot of time in the area learning about the deer but most importantly learning from our mistakes.

Shooters Union President Graham Park interviews Marcus O'Dean, editor of the Sporting Shooter Magazine.

Effective immediately, SSAA Victoria is pleased to announce it can sell ammunition.

A big smelly boar with sharpened, mean ivory extending from its lips.

Sometimes reading about the hunt is nearly as good as being there.

There is a good chance there has been a bigger goat taken but just not recorded.

The Victorian Government has launched new electronic maps showing where hunting is permitted across the state.

After a decade of campaigning, Robert Borsak, Leader of the Shooters Fishers and Farmers Party has succeeded in having a Right to Farm Bill legislated through Parliament.