deerstalking


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Noun1.deerstalking - stalking deer
stalking, still hunt, stalk - a hunt for game carried on by following it stealthily or waiting in ambush
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deerstalking

[ˈdɪəˌstɔːkɪŋ] Ncaza f de venado

deerstalking

[ˈdɪəˌstɔːkɪŋ] ncaccia al cervo a piedi
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But yesterday - the so-called Glorious Twelfth - heralded the start of both the grouse shooting and deerstalking season in the UK when the very rich, including royalty, pay to slaughter birds and deer for "sport" - with stag heads being taken as coveted trophies.
Highland Stalker Introduced in 2017, the Highland Stalker was developed as a traditional deerstalking rifle.
Nigel takes along his beloved dog Charlie, who receives his own complimentary Barbour jacket, which he wears while out deerstalking with his master.
It also generates income from property lets, boating, fishing, caravans, camping, fish farming, renewable energy plants, telecoms sites, deerstalking, shooting and utility wayleaves.
Changes on the use of common good land, business rates for shooting and deerstalking, and deer management have come into force.
Other changes will see an end to business rates exemptions for shooting and deerstalking estates.
Timid schoolteacher Ian Telford finds himself tagging along on his brother-in-law Johnners stag-do; a deerstalking expedition in the Scottish Highlands.
"If you're farming and deerstalking you have a more prosaic attitude about it.