Fallow Deer have great variations in the colour of their coats, with four main variants: Common, Menil, Black and white.
Fallow deer are a medium to large sized deer. Bucks stand at around 0.84 to 0.94m tall at the shoulder and weigh between 46 to 93kg. Does are 0.73 to 0.91m at the shoulder and weigh between 35 to 56kg.
Fallow Deer Stalking, is extremely popular in the UK. Not only with Sportsmen from around the UK and Ireland, but also Sportsmen from across the waters. Fallow Deer are thriving across the country, and the Fallow Deer Hunting is living up to expectations, with some fantastic Trophy Bucks showing year after year antlers up.
Less than an hour from London Heathrow airport, the stalking is over thousands of acres of prime hunting ground.
Located about 30 minutes from Stanstead airport on the boarder of Cambridgeshire, this private estate offers both Fallow and Muntjac hunting.
Located just a few miles south of Birmingham, this private estate not only has Medal Class Fallow, but also Roe and Muntjac on the estate.
Shooting over 4600+ acres of mature woodland, mixed with fields of Oil seed rape and other grains. There is a very strong population of Fallow deer.
In north Essex, the countryside is rolling, with a mixture of river bottoms, grain fields, shoot cover crops and pasture. Hunting is over 3000+ acres on foot.
“Fallow are not native to UK, but have been here for so long they are considered native to the UK.”
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