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Southern Scotland is renowned for its roe deer with mixed and varied countryside providing excellent habitat.
A recent survey has shown that Scotland, famed for its red deer, has over the last few years developed a greater number of roe deer benefiting from the enormous upsurge in forest investment, particularly through the ‘60’s and ‘70’s, and thus as a result of this extra habitat created, their population has exploded. In fact, it is extremely difficult to estimate the true numbers as the breed is very secretive, but best guesses indicate over 400,000 and growing.
There are many opportunities to experience the art of roe deer stalking from some of the finest country estates to sporting hotels providing excellent sport for novices as well as the more experienced deer stalker.
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| || The Rigg Estate nestles in the south west of Scotland in the beautiful county of Dumfries Galloway. It is set in approximately 3000 acre, comprising of two flight ponds, mature woodland and a melee... || |