Stalking is an integral part of Corrour’s habitat management. It lets us control our deer population so that grazing is balanced with the needs of other wildlife and the natural habitat.
To find out more about stalking at Corrour contact our head stalker, Donald Rowantree on +44 (0) 1397 732 200 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Red deer are the most common on Corrour. We also have a small population of Roe deer and, more recently, Sika deer. Unlike the Red and Roe deer, which are native to Scotland, the Sika was introduced to Britain from the Far East in the middle of the nineteenth century.
Stalking at Corrour is incomparable. Our guests stalk truly wild deer. We do it the old-fashioned way; you need endurance and skill to shoot a stag on Corrour. The terrain varies to suit all preferences and abilities. Guests are accompanied by Donald, Allan or Peter, our expert stalkers, who carefully select old or infirm deer to be culled. They also ensure clean kills.