Country Field Images is one of the UK’s leading field sports photographic services.
Founder Alan Ward has a life-long history of participation in British game bird shooting , deer stalking and fly fishing.
Alan’s extensive field experience and very personable character make him a favourite with many of our international and British clients.
View more of Alans’ creative work at www.countryfieldimages.co.uk
Alan can be contacted directly through his website or +44 7921 291 744 for commercial and private bookings.
End of season (Dec 16 & Jan 17) driven and walked up shooting days for UK based and international clients available.
Syndicates of 8 – 10 or individuals and smaller groups to make up a syndicate.
200 bird mixed partridge and pheasant days with hospitality to meet all cuisine tastes and budgets.
Shotguns, cartridges, safety equipment, loaders and UK shooting insurance can be provided.
London and country accommodation deals available as well airport reception and drop off services.
Contact us at email@example.com for full details or
+44 (0) 751 348 8115
A big thank you to James Purdey & Son for allowing our UAE guests to shoot with their range of guns last Friday. What a bonus to any shoot day!
Day 2 of our UAE groups shooting break saw us head north of the M25 to the recently re-modelled shoot of Luton Hoo.
Managed by owner Edward Phillips and his young team of energetic staff, Luton Hoo is ideally situated less than 1 hours drive from Central London.
The welcome our team of Guns received was once again warm and sincere. The catering was Michelin quality, the loaders were professional and courteous and the birds were plentiful and at times very challenging.
Without too much trouble our Team managed to reach their bag limit, aided by them double gunning and having one spectacular drive of partridge and pheasants whose constant steady flushes must have provided 2000 birds over the gun line.
A big thanks to Edward and his excellent staff for putting on a super day. The team vow they will be back.
An excellent first day for the UAE team shooting at Carington Estate in the Chiltern Hills. The weather was kind and the birds flew strongly all day long.
It took the first drive for the Guns to get into stride but after that they put on some wonderful shooting with multiple left and rights being taken on the subsequent 5 drives.
Carington Estate were their usual seamless operation with the day running like clockwork. As always at Carington, the welcoming was warm and sincere and the catering was plentiful and delicious.
Chairman James Horne and Sales Manager Jonathan Irby from James Purdey & Son were kind enough to bring out 6 guns for the team to shoot with.
A very good days shooting, enjoyed by all.
Tomorrow the team are shooting at Luton Hoo Estate who have gone to some trouble to arrange double guns for the day, a rare opportunity when shooting partridge and pheasant in the south of England.
Expectations for another excellent day are high.
A great flash back in time to 33 years ago with English football great Jackie Charlton out for a day’s pheasant shooting with a syndicate made up of Guns from the Continent at Powis Castle Estate in Wales.
A typical partridge flush on a recent days shooting just outside of London.
200 – 300 mixed partridge and pheasant days still available for the 2016-17 season.
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For more details on driven shooting, deer stalking and fly fishing in Britain please visit our website at: www.britishcountrysports.co.uk
With a lot of attention being focused on the recently defeated grouse shooting ban the UK’S 2016 grouse shooting season has ticked along without much sporting press attention.
While bird numbers may have been down in some areas, most estates, big and small, are reporting that the season has gone reasonably well. The weather has not been too unkind and syndicates have been able to meet their bag limits without too much concern.
With the doubts about BREXIT possibly triggering another separation attempt by the Scottish parliament and the potential knock on effect of land ownership and use in Scotland, maybe it is advisable to book some additional grouse shooting in this year before the season finishes on 10 December.
A short video filmed only a few days ago using an increasingly popular GoPro camera and posted on YouTube by #TweedsandPheasant.
The video shows a typical British driven pheasant day with the odd duck taken as well.
As a general rule of thumb for British driven shooting, birds flying lower than 25 yards high are not shot at by the Guns.
As the season goes on, these low flying birds will often fly stronger and higher.