Wildfowling on the Humber

It was the home marsh of the godfather of modern wildfowling, Stanley Duncan. We visit the BASC founder’s club, the Hull & East Riding Wildfowlers’ Association, to go shooting on the north bank of the Humber. This film first appeared in Fieldsports Britain, episode 13. To watch the whole show go to Fcha.nl/fieldsportsbritain13

Review: the Quex Museum – the Powell-Cotton collection

Review: the Quex Museum – the Powell-Cotton collection

We take a look behind the scenes at the world famous Quex museum in Kent. Major Percy Horace Powell-Cotton (1866-1940) made 27 trips to Africa in an attempt to bring back and catalogue every species of African game. The museum even has his ripped safari suit on display… and the lion that got just a […]

Hunting British wild boar

Hunting British wild boar

There are thousands of feral and wild boar roaming the British countryside’s darker woods, and shooting them has become an established sport. We review the state of British wild boar in Britain today – in Kent’s Ashdown Forest and in the Galloway Forest in Scotland, where one boar gets a bit too close for comfort! […]