Deer Stalking in Scotland
The deer stalking school was first established 8 years ago to provide adequate training and examination facilities for interested parties. The school is run by full time deer stalkers, and Hunting Scotland offers you the chance to attain a level 1 Deer Stalking Certificate (DSC) through our courses on the beautiful Keir Estate, situated in the centre of Scotland. Deer stalking in Scotland has become famous due to the professional manner in which the deer hunters and stalkers carry out their work, and the Deer Stalking Certificate was developed to reassure the public that the working and hunting of the deer was being carried out in a responsible manner. Deer stalking courses may be voluntary, but this particular certificate is quickly becoming recognised as a necessary qualification for anyone who is looking to hunt deer on many of the most well known Scottish estates.
Comprehensive Deer Stalking Courses in Scotland
Candidates on our courses will be educated according to five different topics, including the general behaviour of the deer, the identification of the 6 species that are resident within the UK, the hygienic handling of game, general safety and a shooting test. Hunting Scotland will supply you with the registration, training manual, exam papers and a suitable rifle for undertaking this qualification. The deer stalking school also incorporates Moray Outfitting, who can ensure that you are suitably kitted out for our courses or any forthcoming hunting trip. During the course you will be guided by professional deer stalkers and industry approved trainers or examiners, and these experienced individuals will also be able to answer any questions or problems that you might have. Many of your questions could well be answered using real life events, enabling you to better understand the answer to any ongoing problems. Please contact us to find out any further information about our range of deer stalking courses in Scotland.