Travelling the world with your shotgun is fraught with difficulties. Here we offer you a guide to navigating the common pitfalls.
If you want a gundog with a good nose, an independent and intelligent mind and Kate Moss looks, the sharp, sophisticated flatcoat is for you.
Under Michael Cannon's direction, one of Britain's finest moors is a grouse paradise, but not everything in the garden is rosy.
"Woodcock swerving can be unnerving," according to an old Devon picker-up, but for Jonathan Young it is more like unbeatable.
Collecting swords, armour and firearms is to hold history in your hand. they are are also intrinsically beautiful. Just don't let your wife know how much it all costs
Phoenix-like, the Dumfriesshire & Stewartry Foxhounds have arisen from the ashes of Lord Watson's flawed Act.
With Burns' Night looming, The Field investigates the pleasures of buying your own cask of malt whisky - enough to water a whole herd of haggis
The flighting and feeding of thousands of wild birds is a spectacle not to be missed. David Tomlinson takes a look at where you can go bird-watching in a winter…
Frozen dawns in the wrong place, skeins too high, too far – years passed before Tideliner finally bagged his first white-front for the festive table.
If there's one thing farmers love more than £180/ton for wheat, it's game-shooting. It's this love that will keep conservation features