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ABOUT 'DEER'

‘Deer’ also contains membership information and offers, and news from BDS branches. Produced by Perdix Publishing on behalf of BDS it is published quarterly in October, January, April and July, and mailed direct to all BDS members.

BDS membership represents a large percentage of all the deer stalkers and managers in the UK. The magazine is mailed directly to our 6,000 members and read by more than 12,400 individuals including those involved with deer on both a professional and recreational basis.

'Digital Deer'

Get a flavour of the Deer journal online with Digital Deer, an online magazine accessed via any device including PC, laptop or smartphone.

The flip-HTML publication is updated quarterly to match with Deer journal.

Digital Deer provides a snapshot of the Deer journal aimed at stimulating interest in deer, their ecology and management amongst a much wider public audience.

However, for the exclusive benefit of BDS members, the latest detailed research and technical features will still only be published in the full printed Deer journal. 

Advertising in Deer & Digital Deer

For advertisers ‘Deer’ provides unrivalled access to a dedicated readership interested in all aspects of the world of deer.

To find out more about advertising opportunities, contact Jill Warner or Julia Woolley on 01473 652963, email to jill@perdix-publishing.com or click here. http://www.perdix-publishing.com/deer.htm

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FURTHER READING

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Platinum Jubilee Congratulations

This year Her Majesty The Queen becomes the first ever British Monarch to celebrate a Platinum Jubilee, having acceded to the throne on 6 February 1952 at 25 years of age. 

The British Deer Society would like to congratulate Her Majesty on reaching this significant milestone and offer our thanks for seventy years of dedicated service to the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth.

Steer clear of baby deer by Charlie Newman

Steer Clear of Baby Deer!

A joint campaign is underway to inform members of the public about the need to give both pregnant or nursing deer and their young plenty of space when out enjoying the countryside.

Over the coming weeks, from mid-May to July, people may discover newly-born deer hidden in the grass or undergrowth and might mistakenly assume that they have been abandoned Please do not touch, disturb or move them as usually their mothers will not be far away.

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