The pheasant is often seen as the cornerstone of British shooting even though the bird was actually introduced by the Romans. The pheasant has come to be regarded as an indigenous bird species in both the UK and Eastern Europe. There are many who believe that a high curling pheasant is one of the most difficult birds to shoot giving the true sportsman the ultimate challenge.
In more recent years, there has been a trend towards shooting higher and higher pheasants; with many estates now offering so called extreme birds. However, we should not loose sight of the fact that traditional English pheasants were always presented in a lowland, parkland environment. Many of the UK’s more famous estates were originally designed in order to show driven pheasants.
For pheasant shooting instruction please contact Sporting Department on 01494 883 227 or email firstname.lastname@example.org