The smallest deer, but considered big game in every sense of the word: this is the roebuck.
Once found only in the Alps or in the remote lands of Northern and Eastern Europe, today this deer can be found practically everywhere, in astounding numbers. A resource of primary importance in terms of fauna, which must be managed with prudence, including through selective culling programs to preserve interests and conserve resources, implemented in the best possible way.
This, without a doubt, is the form of hunting that has introduced Southern European hunters to scopes and rifles, binoculars and rangefinders, surveys and culling programs, a way of hunting game full of charm, to hunt in the most appropriate spots after due consideration.
For both professional hunters and hunting enthusiasts alike, for good hunting guaranteed both today and in the future.
For a better idea of what we are talking about, what could be better than this thrilling video from Lugari Video?