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British Shooting is a social sport

British shooting is renowned for its great sportsmanship and social interaction between the Guns.

Convivial conversation and banter is enjoyed during all the breaks, in the Gun’s Wagon and over the luncheon or dinner table. 50 more words

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Premium Chiltern Partridge Shooting

A perfect day in the field for our international clients being so very close to London. We can have you back in London in time for dinner or the theatre. 175 more words

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Local Game: Pheasant

Pheasant is native to Asia and has been widely introduced elsewhere as a game bird. Roaming pheasant enjoy scratching around in woods; their ideal habitat and are so familiar in landscape. 506 more words


I have been wanting to paint a pair of fighting pheasants on canvas for a while, but it will be quite a challenge and I keep putting it off. 88 more words


Naturelog: Washington

Our lunch break on the second day of our journey north was at the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust reserve at Washington near Sunderland. This is a wonderful site on the banks of the River Wear. 367 more words

Natural History


freshly mown hayfield—

a pheasant’s frantic crying

for his slaughtered mate


Pheasant Shooting in East Sussex

A typical driven pheasant shoot day in picturesque East Sussex. Great sport, generous hospitality and excellent camaraderie amongst the Guns and Estate staff.

The day was filmed by one of the UK’s leading country pursuits video producers… 6 more words

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