From: Wildlife Biologist & Sika Foundation Secretary – Cam Speedy Hunters often ponder why stags do and don’t ‘roar’. They did roar this year, we just weren’t there to hear them because of Covid-19. But other years we hear all sorts of theories about why stags don’t roar: too hot, too dry, too late, too early, the wrong moon. The reality is that if the stags don’t roar very well on a hunting block, chances are there is probably a
Tyler and I are sitting there on the side of a tussock hill face grinning from ear to ear. We were in total amazement of what had just happened. I pull up the spotting scope to check on how Kimmi and Adam are going with their stalk, we could see them from a kilometer away making the final few steps towards a mob of bull tahr that were feeding their way up. Expertise and guidance flowed from Adam while sheer
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