|England||Date From||Date To|
|Muntjac**||All year round|
** There is no statutory close season for this species. It is recommended that when culling female Muntjac, immature or heavily pregnant does are selected to avoid leaving dependent young.
Muntjac, also known as barking Deer and Mastreani Deer, are small Deer of the genus Muntiacus. Muntjacare the oldest known Deer, thought to have begun appearing 15–35 million years ago. Antlers are usually unbranched but a very short brow tine is occasionally found in old bucks. They also have visible upper canines (tusks) suggesting that they are a primitive species. Muntjac have two pairs of large glands on the face. Muntjac were brought from China to Woburn Park in Bedfordshire in the early 20th century. They are now widespread and increasing in number and range.
Prices on application
Can a Rifle be provided
Generally we organise accommodation for your stay at whatever level you prefer from self catering to 5*.
Ammunition supplied subject to availability
.22 – 250 or above.
All required permits arranged at time of booking.
Dependant on location of shoot.
Flights & Bringing own Firearms
Please consult with Hendry, Ramsay & Waters at time of booking for up to date airline carriers that allow firearms to be transported.