Deer control

The Roe

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Agronomist
Hello,

My name is Aleksejs Vankovs (Alex), I am 35 year old, married, father of one, Iam based in Maidstone, Kent. I am semi-professional wildlife manager (deer in specific but not exclusive) offering surveys, advise and control on your land or land you manage. I am very passioned about stalking and at this moment I hold qualifications like DSC level 1 and DSC level 2, Humane Dispatch Course, Deer survey and impact of the woodland (offering deer impact surveys). In 2016 I was qualified as RCO (range officer) with NRA, and am planing to get my Deer Management Cours done in the near future. At the moment I am successfully helping local farmers to keep the deer/fox/rabbit/boar population under control (references could be provided on request), in 2015/16 summers I was involved in deer survey with local RSPB and acted as one of the deer controllers on two Forestry Commission properties (one of which is SSSI site ). Trained in save firearms handling, active member of BDS and BASC, fully INSURED at all time.
I am providing high level of deer management with yearly (or monthly) reports on culling figures + general understanding of deer numbers on the land. Happy to travel for up to 60 miles.
I am very well aware of the potential issues which can be caused by unmanaged wildlife, very keen, self-motivated and would make sure that you are satisfied with the job. My experience is based on nearly 8 years of deer stalking in UK (few times per week).
I would like to mention that I also interested in potentially renting/tendering the rights for shooting/stalking if Yourself or any of your costumers could be interested.
Working on any type and size of land or property.
If you think that my skills/offer could be at any help or interest to you or your clients, please contact me on here or by visiting my website:

www.theroe.co.uk

Thank you very much for you time.
 

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