The BASC Game and Deer team promotes sustainable deer management across the UK by providing advice to members on habitat and species management, developing and supporting best practice, offering deer stalking opportunities and influencing government policy in order to protect shooting. That’s why you should join BASC today.
For specific advice on deer and deer stalking matters please contact The Game and Deer Department on 01244573019 or email
The BASC Deer team plays a lead role in setting standards and providing training, for professional and recreational stalkers. We can also help members:
- Gain access to stalking though the BASC stalking schemes
- Give guidance and advice on stalking leases and agreements
- Give further help and guidance on best practice in stalking
BASC takes a lead role as a representative body for both professional and recreational deer stalkers and managers. We contribute to the formulation of government policy, ensuring that all decision makers are aware that the most effective and humane method of managing deer is culling by shooting. In this respect deer stalkers represent a major resource for the effective management of deer, including the control of deer damage to farming, forestry and nature conservation interests.
Deer Training Courses
|20 Apr - 23 Apr||DSC1 course - Hilborough, Thetford, Norfolk **Fully Booked**|
|Hilborough Village Hall, Westgate Street, Hilborough, Thetford|
|21 Apr - 24 Apr||DSC1 course - Lifton, Devon|
|Arundell Arms Hotel, Fore Street, Lifton|
|27 Apr||Pre DSC1 course - Pulborough, West Sussex **Fully Booked**|
|Fittleworth Rifle Club, Lithersgate Common, Bedham Road|
|29 Apr||Pre DSC1 course - Humberside Shooting Ground, Brandesburton, E. Yorkshire|
|Humberside Shooting Ground, Catwick Lane, Brandesburton|
2016 has been a challenging year for your association but despite this there were significant achievements and we look forward to building on these in 2017. I would like to thank you for your continued support and making this possible.
A snapshot of BASC have achieved in 2016. A membership of over 148,000 know the value of BASC.
BASC tells inquiry its deer stalking schemes provide an excellent example of best practice management that should be adopted more widely.
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- Deer Management
- BASC & The Deer Initiative
- BASC members insurance
- BASC’s ST-2 Shooting Simulator
- Best Practice Guidance – Deer
- Chronic Wasting Disease
- Contact us – Deer
- Culling deer out of season in Scotland and the Code of Practice on Deer Management
- Deer events
- Deer Stalker Network Wales
- Deer Stalker Training
- Humane dispatch insurance
- Introduction to Woodland Deer Stalking film
- Meet the Team – Deer Management
- Related links
- Scottish highland deer stalking – an introduction
- Services to Members
- Stalking Schemes
- Tendering for a Forest Enterprise Deer Control Licence
- The Wild Game Guide
- Trophy Measuring
- Wild Boar
- Working with Dogs for Tracking Deer
- £10 million liability insurance for your shooting
- £100,000 legal expenses cover for firearms appeals
- £50,000 personal accident cover
- Free firearms technical helpline
- Free legal liability helpline
- Exclusive offers
Head of game and deer management
01244 573 019 email
Glynn is head of game and deer management. Before coming to BASC he was a fulltime keeper for over 25 years working on estates in Gloucestershire and Norfolk including over 20 years on the Sandringham Estate in Norfolk.