Fieldsports Britain – Best of British Bucks
For the best hunting and shooting, Fieldsports Britain is back as a single big film AND as a playlist. This week we’ve got Dom Holtam cleaning up Andy Crow’s fallow bucks on the first day of the buck season in England. Roy Lupton is enjoying the roebuck rut, plus he’s keeping an eye out for foxes. Hunting YouTube finds more roe rut films and a way to run down a baboon. The News Stump has got foxes kept as pet – plus David is photobombed by a lumberjack. And ‘Hallo Charlie!’ has you lot mainly on the rabbits and pigeons. Pour yourself a glass, sit back and relax – and if you want a full explanation of why we are a single film again scroll down to the bottom of this description.
Want to watch the individual items?
✩ Big Fallow Bucks – 1st day of the Shooting Season
✩ Fieldsports Channel News – de-wilded foxes sell for £5K
✩ ‘Hallo Charlie!’ – rabbits and pigeons
✩ Hunting YouTube- bucks and baboons
Here are the links for Hunting YouTube
Univers Chasse Peche www.youtube.com/watch?v=l4vy5iAeeso
Chasse HD www.youtube.com/watch?v=lBOptw47TKM
Solvid FIY www.youtube.com/watch?v=rXIUUDqOBzo
Huntin Grounds www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZqeR3pJ39mI
Kristoffer Clausen www.youtube.com/watch?v=bm__hrRwDfQ
Shooting Photography www.youtube.com/watch?v=zgJQmGKbS4U
Andrew Ucles www.youtube.com/watch?v=XZRzSoREJVk
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Right – remember why we did the playlist version of the programme? We were getting complaints that we were uploading everything twice. And the uploading itself takes 100 hours a month, which is more work than we want to do in a year.
A viewer gave us the idea of finding a proxy uploader, which we have now done. Instead of sitting and watching the film upload to YouTube and reuploading whenever it stopped, we now drag and drop to a folder somewhere in the clouds, and that folder pushes the programme out to YouTube, Daily Motion, Liveleak, and apps on iTunes, Google Play and Amazon Kindle. We will give you those addresses as soon as we know they are working. Ain’t that great?