Stag on Mountainside, Scottish Highlands, Bronze, 2017 (Master Sculpture)


165.60 (138.00 Excl VAT)

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This is our latest sculpture of a Beautiful Highland Stag in full Autumn set. We've sculpted him as though he's climbing a mountainside and has stopped to take a final look.

Available from 15th August 2017

The red deer is Britain's largest land mammal. They are most numerous in Scotland, but isolated populations occur from the Lake District to Cornwall, with a few small herds in Wales. Venison from red deer in Forestry Commission woods is very popular with consumers in Britain. Venison from red deer has less cholesterol and fat than other red meat, and deer living in the woods do not have any artificial feeding.

Red deer (Cervus elaphus)

Red deer originally lived on the woodland edge, but the large scale reduction in tree cover in Britain over the centuries has forced them to adapt to life on the open hill.

Woodland red deer hinds (females) can breed at 16 months old. Smaller hill deer may not reach sexual maturity until they are 2 - 3 years old. The mating season, known as the rut, begins in mid September and continues to late October. Hinds normally give birth to single calves from late May to June. Twins are sometimes born, but they are extremely rare.