Rabbits, fallow deer, a fairytale Scottish castle, pigeons, clays, and social responsibility for rioters: what a mixture. Sporting Shooter editor Dom Holtam is out after fallow bucks in Kent. He’s not had much luck with Fieldsports Channel in the highseat recently. Will it go right this time? Meanwhile, Andy ‘Crowman’ Crow is on the same farm after rabbits. Next, how comfortable should you make yourself in Scotland? We’re north of the Border to look at Taymouth Castle, which consists of Rolls-Royce lodges and estate for keen shooters and fishers. Then we go south again to watch Sporting Shooter chef Mark Gilchrist shoot pigeons and Commonwealth Games silver medallist Abbey Burton get ready for a shooting lesson with the help of Puretone’s CENS Digital hearing protection. And finally, we’re with the Oxford Gun Company showing how shooting can teach responsibility and citizenship. Might be good to take some of those urban looters shooting, innit?

Breaking Down Rabbits For More Efficient Meals

The South Somerset Ferreters are back! After their hugely popular first outing on Fieldsports Channel, they are now ferreting the El Dorado of rabbit warrens, on a secluded hillside in Somerset, UK. Join the gang as they use every scrap of net, ferret and dog to rid a farm of the worst of a rabbit invasion.

This item first appeared in Fieldsports Britain episode 156 http://www.youtube.com/show/fieldsportsbritain

With the rabbits destroying an ancient hedgerow, the farmer calls in Roy Lupton. It’s a form of rabbit control that requires quick reactions. Roy and his friend Ian are using ferrets to send those rabbits running. The blackthorn hedge makes it impractical to use nets to cover the rabbit holes so it has to be the shotgun.

This film first appeared in Fieldsports Britain, episode 124.

You might think a big animal like a buffalo would not have much problem with a rabbit. Well, if you think that, Jamie Chandler says you are wrong. But as he goes out after rabbits on a buffalo farm, the reason he goes rabbit shooting is so the pub can cook them afterwards.

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We are sneaking up on deer when a group of roe sneak up on us; we are looking at a new hunting app you may find useful; and we are on the coast of Cornwall, ferreting rabbits. Sporting Shooter editor Dom Holtam is out after a fallow buck but he is taken by surprise when a group of roe walk up to him. Game chef and shooter Mark Gilchrist has a new iPhone/Android app for recording where he has shot, rabbits, foxes, which is designed to impress farmers. And Realtree UK’s Simon Barr is with Scott Milne and Richard Nancarrow of Cervus UK, plus some ferrets and nets, trying to stop the Cornish cliffs from falling into the sea. We have an interview with 20-times world champion Sporting shot George Digweed and the latest from the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust’s Woodcock Watch. It’s all in this week’s Fieldsports Britain.

Our falconry expert Roy Lupton takes his hawks and his John Deere Gator out to catch rabbits at night. Watch incredible footage of eagles catching – and missing – rabbits as Roy lights them up with a powerful lamp. This film first appared in Fieldsports Britain, episode 16.

Roy Lupton is hedging his bets. He has brought his goshawk and his rifle to go lamping rabbits and foxes this evening. And he has success with both.

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To Co Offaly in Ireland for the Birr Castle Game Fair, to Kent in the UK to take a variety of birds hawking after rabbits, and to Oxford where they are giving away prizes galore for shooting. Come with us to Ireland to see hawking, horses, shooting, and all the fieldsports at which Irish excel. Then join Roy Lupton as he trains birds including a Bonelli’s eagle and a peregrine. And finally, it’s the Oxford Gun Company’s summer of prizes. They are giving away £2,000-worth of prizes to novice shots and the more experienced.