Did you know that reindeer’s back legs click when they walk? Scottish deer manager Niall Rowantree is in Swedish Lapland learning all about Santa’s little helpers, and their special relationship with the native Sami people.
If you’d like to find out more about reindeer and the Sami culture go to Kaati.se – and remember, if you’re listening out for Father Christmas it’s not just sleigh bells you’ll be able to hear…
More from Niall here:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=khlu2bcZC5U Scotland faces big changes in the way it manages deer. The government wants the animals gone, and is introducing nightshooting, thermal shooting and removing the season for stags. Deer managers are taking a more sensible approach. Niall Rowantree looks
www.youtube.com/watch?v=d0QSSuIxfIc Will thermal optics revolutionise deerstalking? Deer manager Niall Rowantree has his doubts, as he explains on the range, showing off his ideal set-up for thermal scope add-ons. For the Infiray range go to InfirayUK.co.uk To check out Niall’s
www.youtube.com/watch?v=nBxms_rO9NA Take a Scottish wildlife expert to Scandinavia and his imagination runs away with him. Niall Rowantree is elk hunting in Swedish Lapland. While there, he imagines a Scotland with moose roaming free. Plus he gets up close to moose
www.youtube.com/watch?v=oDp6t3Kgo_s Niall Rowantree is in Swedish Lapland to shoot capercaillie over Finnish spitz. Plus he tries out a Blaser D99 drilling in 7×57, and he looks at why the RSPB has failed to reintroduce the capercaillie to Scotland where, in