We’re thrilled to announce that Chris Dalton has been awarded the prestigious title of UK Pro Stalker of the year 2023….
Ice, Blood and Fire – My first Deer Hunt
Australian feral donkeys
The Mississippi River it is a fickle mistress. Most years she overflows her banks and gently deposits fertile soil from America’s Midwest farm lands across hundreds of thousands of acres of the Deep South. Those annual floods replenish nutrients in our soil. One of the many benefits is how much it helps to provide the […]
Napier Fieldmaster Bob Spain recounts his last Tahr Hunt in New Zealand’s South Island.
Napier Fieldmaster BOB SPAIN recounts his last Tahr Hunt in New Zealand’s South Island.
Tahr were first introduced into NZ by their government in 1904, a gift from the Duke of Bedford of just 13 animals from his herd at Woburn abbey.
They are now considered a major pest and are actively culled by hunters and
DOC Cullers. Sounds familiar? remember he gave us the Reeves Muntjac in
It’s a world away from most UK hunters both in distance and endeavour, a tough animal in a tough terrain hunted by tough hunters. Fantastic to read, Thanks so much Bob
Steve Rowe MD Napier of London
HAT TRICK for Chris Dalton
Napier Fieldmasters is proud and delighted to announce that one of our founder members and key contributors CHRIS DALTON has for the third year running, and by public vote, been awarded the prestigious title of Professional Stalker of the year. UK 2020 Chris has been renowned for his skill and mentoring for many years and […]
One of things I have been involved in for the last 18 months is working with Public Health England on a deer serosurveillance study for tick-borne viruses. Essentially I collect deer serum and tick samples from each deer shot and then send those off along with some general information about deer species, general condition / location etc to the team at Porton Down.