• Which calibre for a perfect wild boar driven hunt?

    Which calibre for a perfect wild boar driven hunt? This topic is really difficult. Because every hunter has their own theory and is swayed by his own experiences, and by what he has heard from those he considers expert. So, it’s all a bit of a minefield.

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    Pictures of the month – June 2020

    In this month of June 2020, the post-confinement continues its course, yet the fauna continues to take advantage of these calm moments to walk in nature.     



  • Browning blog : Fawns in danger - Drones to the rescue

    Fawns in danger: drones to the rescue

    Harvest time is a difficult period for wild animals.  Many of them get caught up in the blades of combine harvesters.  We might assume pheasants, partridges, rabbits and hares alone are affected, but larger game is not spared either.  It is estimated that thousands of fawns meet this invidious fate each year.  One association has decided to come to their aid.



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    Pictures of the month – April 2020

    In these strange times when the human gives way to nature, we offer you a new selection of animal pictures that take full advantage of these moments. 



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    Pictures of the month – March 2020

    It’s the end of winter and the beginning of spring, enough to offer new pictures with a little more snow, but also nature which colors again in this month of March 2020. 



  • Browning blog: wildlife management (deer)

    Wildlife management (for deer specifically)

    When walking around your permission/hunting ground you should always look closely at everything around you, the grass, trees, fencing, tree-stands, and streams. All of them require management or simple maintenance. Part of our job is to look after not just the infrastructure which we put in, but also to make sure that the rest of the ground is in the best possible state it can be; by doing so we actually encourage the wildlife to grow and thrive.



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    Pictures of the month – February 2020

    This month of February 2020 is like the month of January, we oscillate between sunny, rainy and, too rarely, snowy days. This is why we are offering you a selection of images that wonderfully represent these climate changes.



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    Pictures of the month – January 2020

    Many of us have not been able to enjoy the snow during the end of 2019. Fortunately, in this month of January 2020, the snow has partially fallen in some areas, offering us beautiful landscapes and therefore, photos of circumstance. 



  • Browning blog: Close range encounters with game, how to aim and shoot in a hurry

    Close range encounters with game, how to aim and shoot in a hurry

    Deer shooting in the UK tends to more longer distances, as we don’t drive them like wild boar as the European’s do, which is close up and usually standing shooting as they run by.



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    Pictures of the month – October2019

    In this month of October, our wildlife photographer took advantage of the rut and magnificent sunshine to bring you a selection of colorful deer pictures. 



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    Pictures of the month – September 2019

    September obliges, here is a selection of photos of the king of the forest during the rutting season.



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    Pictures of the month – August 2019

    In this selection, find new photos in August 2019 highlighting the loss of velvet of the deer, and foxes.



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    Pictures of the month – July 2019

    The month of July is a moment of transition between spring and summer, enough to offer a nice series of photos. Discover below a beautiful diversity of game.



  • Browning blog: Fillet summer roe venison Clément's recipes

    Clement’s recipes: fillet of summer roe venison, chanterelle mushrooms, peas and roe deer meat juices in sage



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    Pictures of the month – June 2019

    The month of June is a moment of transition between spring and summer, enough to offer a nice series of photos. Discover below a beautiful diversity of game.



  • Browning blog : Venison sandwich

    Recipe: Best Venison Sandwich Ever

    Being an active hunter, like many of you, I am very passionate about the way hunted meat is cooked. For me, there is nothing worse than when venison, pigeon or any other game gets ruined in the frying pan or dried out in the oven.



  • Browning Blog; The good, the bad and the mouflon

    The good, the bad and the mouflon

    Ever since I was very young, I’ve been fascinated by the mountains. I’ve always preferred silent hiking trails to beaches packed with ruddy bathers basted in lotion. I enjoy the physical challenge of the steep hillsides. I’m not the sporty type particularly, but what a great feeling when the blood starts racing through your temples, you’re trying to catch your breath and your legs are burning. For me, mountain stalking is the purest form of hunting there is. It’s the only time your quarry has a head start up a cliff side. The only hunt where I feel I’m on an extraordinary quest, beyond time. My great friend Dominique from Marseille, with the lilting accent to match, recently gave me a chance to hunt mouflon on Mont Caroux, near Béziers. This is the story of the intense, almost primitive, joy of that hunt.



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    Pictures of the month – February 2019

    The snow has returned to its rights, the opportunity for us to offer you a selection of snowy photos. The brown of the animals looks great out of these images on a white background.



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    Pictures of the month – January 2019

    The hunting season is coming to an end, but we still want to immerse you in this atmosphere with this selection of photos. You will see wild boar, deer, and trackers.



  • Browning blog - Hunting chamois in Slovenia

    My first chamois: cast away on a sea of cloud

    I was recently lucky enough to fly to Slovenia to organise a Browning event. Slovenia, for anyone who doesn’t know, is a small country, formerly part of the Republic of Yugoslavia, on the borders of Italy, Austria, Hungary, and Croatia. It is a one-of-a-kind model for Europe. Hunters and naturalists live peacefully side by side, the mountains are unspoiled by mass tourism, and it has an extremely diverse and rich wildlife. It was in this idyllic setting that I had the chance to bag my first chamois, with the help of my great friend Peter Matjasic, owner of YouTube channel WaffenlandTV.  Read about my adventures below.



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    Pictures of the month – December 2018

    Deer are always animals that impress with their presence and beauty. Through these 10 pictures, you find them in different postures magestic as fun and always under a beautiful autumnal sun.



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    Pictures of the month – November 2018

    The driven hunts season has started and it is the right moment to see many moving animals, which always gives beautiful pictures. Here is a selection that should greatly please you.



  • Browning Blog - Game, healthy meat

    Catherine’s advice: game, healthy meat !

    Game is part of our Christmas fare, and a chance to try a highly nutritional, protein-rich, low-fat meat. If your iron count is low, tuck in to a haunch of boar or a joint of deer and top up your potassium and phosphorus levels at the same time. It’s the ideal mid-winter pick-me-up for body and mind!



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    Pictures of the month – October 2018

    The slam ended early this October. What, again, offer you a lot of photos on this theme. Discover a set of pictures of deer all more majestic than each other.



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    Pictures of the month – September 2018

    This is the rut season, so we take the opportunity to offer a selection of pictures of deer. You will find fights, ruts, some more natural photos, but still beautiful pictures with majestic deer.



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    Pictures of the month – August 2018

    Once again, nature is in the spotlight in this latest selection of photos from August 2018. Our photographer still has fun capturing magical moments that offer flora and fauna.



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    Pictures of the month – July 2018

    For this new selection of photos from July 2018, we offer you cervids, cervids, and even cervids. Enjoy these new pictures.



  • Browning Blog: Management of wild boar in the United Kingdom

    Management of wild boar in the United Kingdom

    If we take a quick look back at the history of wild boar in the UK, we find out that the original native wild boar were extinct somewhere around the 13th century. Since then, there have been several attempts to reintroduce wild boar by royal personages or members of the aristocracy.



  • Browning Blog: Deer Social Structure

    Deer social structure

    A lot of studies have been done about the social structure of deer by many great experts, doctors, and professors, who spent countless hours studying and writing PhD theses on the subject. So many different species, locations, areas and climates and everywhere the structure of deer society is different.



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    Pictures of the month – June 2018

    Browning offers you a new selection of images with beautiful big fluffy antlers and some other animals that will satisfy you for sure!



  • Browning Blog : Alexandra Hellstrom deer-hunting hungary

    Deer-hunting in Hungary’s oak forests

    The only sound we hear as we make our way stealthily towards our stand is that of acorns tumbling through the autumn foliage and falling onto the surrounding ground. The air is cool, the wind merely a gentle draft, as we move slowly among the oaks, beech trees, limes and ash. I’m out with my guide and tracker, Arpi, for a third day in the Hungarian forest. So far, things have been quiet; our only sightings have been groups of mouflon, the occasional red deer hind and a stag that sported a fine set of budding horns but was too young to hunt. I can’t fail to notice my tracker’s growing unease over the fact that we haven’t yet found a suitable stag for me. No doubt he’s asking himself, ‘When will our luck change?’



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    Pictures of the month – February 2018

    This month, we show you a selection of pictures with some amazing or funny cervids that should give you the smile! A pleasure for the eyes. It makes us want to go back to nature and see it for ourselves.



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    Pictures of the month – January 2018

    We do not know if it’s the same for you, but for us, the snow has held on the heights allowing us to offer you new snapshots …



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    Pictures of the month – December 2017

    It’s December and the snow is there for some of us. So, we offer a selection of pictures of animals in the snow. On the menu, wild boars, deer, etc …



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    Pictures of the month – October 2017

    This is the resumption of the season, and we take advantage to offer you a new selection of great pictures of animals. So discover pictures of wild boars, deer, mouflons, etc.



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    Pictures of the month – September 2017

    September was, for us, hunters and lovers of nature, the season of the slab of the deer. What make beautiful photos, here are a few shots for your eyes, but also for you.



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    Pictures of the month – August 2017

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    Pictures of the month – July 2017

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    Driven hunt: main principles

    This type of hunting, which is widespread in Europe and much appreciated for the excitement it arouses, generally requires a large number of participants.  Obviously, this is a good thing as it allows more than one landless hunter to fully experience and share their passion.  Beyond the popular and unifying dimensions, in this most individualistic of times, the driven hunt is a standardised exercise in hunting which requires discipline, self-control and strict attention to safety regulations.



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    The wild boar, a tank on legs

    It’s happened to all of us at least once. In the middle of a hunt, an enormous wild boar weighing about a hundred kilos takes off in front of you. Having checked he is in your angle of fire, you shoulder your weapon and pull the trigger. The shot fires, but the animal carries on! You are starting to doubt your marksmanship, even though it is well-established along the line of guns. So you fire a second bullet. The black beast continues his flight. “Missed again!” you curse to yourself, thoroughly disheartened. 



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    High-seat hunting: patience and discretion

    As with walk-up hunting, stalking large game demands patience, acute observation and absolute silence.  Originating in Germany, this practice is inspired – like the majority of hunting methods let us not forget – by the ruses used by some animals of prey in their natural surroundings to find food (from polar bear to pike, including big cats and snakes).



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    Pictures of the month – June 2017

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    Interview with Jean-Louis LLombart on hunting Big Game in Africa

    Dr. Jean-Louis LLombart is a physician and a writer, contributing to the magazine Jours de Chasse (“Hunting Days”).  He is very well versed in big game hunting in Africa, with which he fell in love some twenty years ago.  In his articles, he recounts in his elegant style his adventures on this vast continent where Nature reigns supreme and Animals, by their power and splendour, seem to require a capital A.



  • Browning Blog : Alexandra Hellstrom deer-hunting hungary

    How to track an injured deer ?

    OK there you are lined up on that Roe Buck and everything looks good, you squeeze the trigger and instead of dropping on the spot it runs usually into the woods. So what went wrong and more importantly what do you do? Shot placement might be out and a heart shot deer, despite being technically dead can run 100 yards more or less and will always try and go to ground and hide. Worse if it’s gut shot, it will hunch as it’s hit and also run, but further as the wound, though fatal is not instantly so.



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    Pictures of the month – March 2017

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    Pictures of the month – February 2017

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    Pictures of the month – January 2017

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  • Trip in Spain for a Red Deer hunt

    After my Swedish hunt and the Italian Wild Boar hunt it was time to test the Maral in a more refined long range hunting. With Browning we decided to head to Spain for a Red Deed hunt.



  • Moose Hunting in Sweden

    Over a year ago Browning gave my Team and me the trust to organize 5 European Hunts. We selected together different types of hunts in Europe. Today I am here to talk to you about Sweden and its beautiful hunting areas.



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    Pictures of the month – December 2016

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  • Italian wild boar hunt

    In late last November was Wild Boar season in Italy and it was time for me to fly to Tuscany, a region in central Italy with an area of about 23.000 square kilometers of beauty. Tuscany is known for its landscapes, traditions, history and artistic legacy. Having a strong linguistic and cultural identity, it is sometimes considered as “a nation within a nation”.



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    Pictures of the month – November 2016

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  • Following Alistair on a Highland stag hunt

    Now it’s my turn to tell you a “hunting tale”, or rather my experience as a guide-and-daughter-of-a-Belgian-hunter in a stag hunting party in the Scottish mountains. Follow me deep into the Highlands and to the Glenfinnan Estate.



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    Pictures of the month – October 2016

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  • Everything you need to know about deer management

    Deer shooting is a popular sport in the UK and is undertaken at many levels. From the novice stalking their first beast, professional hunters who shoot for the pleasure and challenge of the hunt and or venison.



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    Pictures of the month – September 2016

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  • How to react to a charging boar?

    Bang! Bang! Bang! You’ve just emptied your magazine at a particularly imposing boar. Unfortunately, you missed the big pig because of the wind, the sun in your eyes, or any number of other reasons (beyond your control, of course: we wouldn’t cast doubt on your shooting skills). The thing is… the dark beast doesn’t look happy at being shot at!



  • Boar-hunting blues!

    What?! Hunting boars getting you down? No, not those blues! The Small Gascony Blue – the Petit Bleu de Gascogne, the loyal, talented and best hog-hunting hound there is! 



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    Pictures of the month – August 2016

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  • Love Is In The Air – 5 Top Tips To Roebuck Rut Calling.

    As we draw nearer to the roebuck rutting season (late July, early August in England) the thought of calling in that trophy buck becomes ever prominent. With long days of warm weather and the bucks chasing does, there’s plenty of action to be had if you know the right calls. Here are a few tips to help you along the way…



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    Pictures of the month – June 2016

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  • Buck Fever!

    August is most definitely my favourite month in the deer stalking calendar (yes, I am very much counting down the days!), and while I have stalked all the UK deer species with the exception of Sika, the ultimate sporting quarry, for me, just has to be Roe. With the long daylight hours, warm sunny weather and the smell of harvest, the roebuck rut in early August can be one of the most adrenaline-fuelled times of any stalkers year.



  • The Ultimate Bucket List: Sport Abroad

    While every sportsman’s list will be different, we’ve gathered together some of the best hunting and shooting destinations from across the globe that pair great game and beautiful country.



  • The Hunt For Spanish Beceite Ibex

    Browning Outdoor Ambassador, Alexandra Hellström, takes us on the journey of a lifetime – the hunt for the endemic Beceite Ibex, in the Spanish mountains.



  • The Vampire Hunter

    So the legend exists?! Vampire’s are real?! Well, I wouldn’t get too ahead of yourself just yet…



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    Pictures of the month – February

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    Pictures of the month – January 2016

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  • The Fascinating Five

    We’ve culminated together some of the rarest, most coveted species from all four corners of the earth to give you a ‘Fascinating Five’ list…



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    Pictures of the month – December 2015

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    Pictures of the month – November 2015

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    Pictures of the month – October 2015

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