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GoPro: Hunting a Fox From an Eagle's POV

Fly on the back of a golden eagle as she hunts for foxes with the Burkitshi in eastern Mongolia.

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Fox Hunt, Western Australia, March 2019

This is a hunting film - specifically targeting the red fox in Australia

The red fox is NOT NATIVE to Australia - and is regarded by government authorities as a PEST. And rightly so, as it originates from the Northern Hemisphere and Asia.

The red fox causes destruction to native Australian species such as earthworms, centipedes, insects, fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, small mammals, carrion, fruit and other plant material.

And in short, we want to eradicate them. And if I was a better fox caller we would have killed more than just the one which we shot under the spotlight!



In this short film I was fortunate to join Jimmy Perkins on a rural sheep property in Western Australia where foxes have directly impacted on the farmers young lambs and chickens (not to mention the native species as highlighted above).

p,s i welcome any comments on what i should be doing differently with fox calling - I openly admit I am a complete novice!

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Foxhunting Tourism

A party of Americans is over in the UK to enjoy the traditional English sport of foxhunting. They are out with one of the best packs in the country, the Blackmore & Sparkford Vale. Find out how they get on - and what the locals think of them.

To go foxhunting (without the foxes, for the time being) with Blackthorn & Brook, go to

This film was first shown in Fieldsports Britain episode 259. To watch the whole show go to

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We’re proud to promote enjoyment of fieldsports and the countryside. There are three guiding principles to everything we do on Fieldsports Channel:
▶ Hunt, shoot and fish responsibly
▶ Respect the quarry
▶ Ensure a humane, clean and quick kill
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Risk warning: investments of this nature carry risks to your capital as well as potential rewards. Approved as a financial promotion by Envestors Limited. Which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (No. 07236828.)

Why hunt foxes?
The British red fox is widespread across the whole of mainland Britain and Ireland. The best estimate of the current British fox population is 240,000 adults in spring, to which a production of 425,000 cubs is added annually. The fox has no natural predator and for the population to remain stable, 425,000 foxes must therefore die each year.
Fox numbers need to be managed and controlled to prevent the predation of lambs, piglets reared outdoors, free range and domestic poultry. Foxes can also have a significant impact on vulnerable species of ground nesting birds such as black grouse, partridge, lapwing and curlew (Bealey, Green, Robson, Taylor & Winspear, 1999).
In order to protect such species while they are breeding, conservators and gamekeepers aim to control fox numbers, particularly from late winter to early summer. Foxes are also controlled around pheasant and partridge rearing and release pens in late summer and autumn. Overall, the direct cost to UK agriculture from fox predation has been estimated at £12 million annually (UK Government figures)

This film was first shown in Fieldsports Britain episode 259. To watch the whole show go to

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Skyview's Beagles Rabbit Hunting Fox Feb 18 2017 Segment 1

Skyview's Beagles located in Clarksburg WV. We are a small kennel dedicated to just producing rabbit dogs for pleasure running, rabbit hunting & Trialing. Most of all to have a good time with the dogs.
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Best foxshooting calibres

What is the best round for a fox? Sporting Rifle magazine expert Mike Powell names the six bullets he would take to a desert island (if it were over-run with foxes). Find out what they are here - and find out why he includes a .22 airgun pellet.

This item appears in Fieldsports Britain episode 279. To watch the whole show go to

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We’re proud to promote enjoyment of fieldsports and the countryside. There are three guiding principles to everything we do on Fieldsports Channel:
▶ Hunt, shoot and fish responsibly
▶ Respect the quarry
▶ Ensure a humane, clean and quick kill
Take part in nature. Join the Fieldsports Nation

Risk warning: investments of this nature carry risks to your capital as well as potential rewards. Approved as a financial promotion by Envestors Limited. Which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (No. 07236828.)

Why shoot foxes?
The British red fox is widespread across the whole of mainland Britain and Ireland. The best estimate of the current British fox population is 240,000 adults in spring, to which a production of 425,000 cubs is added annually. The fox has no natural predator and for the population to remain stable, 425,000 foxes must therefore die each year.
Fox numbers need to be managed and controlled to prevent the predation of lambs, piglets reared outdoors, free range and domestic poultry. Foxes can also have a significant impact on vulnerable species of ground nesting birds such as black grouse, partridge, lapwing and curlew (Bealey, Green, Robson, Taylor & Winspear, 1999).
In order to protect such species while they are breeding, conservators and gamekeepers aim to control fox numbers, particularly from late winter to early summer. Foxes are also controlled around pheasant and partridge rearing and release pens in late summer and autumn. Overall, the direct cost to UK agriculture from fox predation has been estimated at £12 million annually (UK Government figures)

Suir Vale Harriers Hunt Moyne Dec 2015

Equestrian fox hunting in Ireland is a very popular sport which runs from November to March. It's a test of skill and stamina on both horse and rider. It takes you over natural cross country jumps and open country side at speed an not knowing what's ahead is all part of it. A few thrills and spills along the way are all part of the days fun.
This hunt is run by The Suir Vale Harries Hunt and was filmed by @Brian S

Fox Call -- Part 1

THIS IS A HUNTING VIDEO. VIEWER DISCRETION ADVISED.

The weather's warming up and the hills are alive. Foxes are our target and we have a few new tools in the shed thanks to Paul from
Leigh and I give these new callers a bit of a run while the snakes keep us on our toes.

Foxes are an introduced pest in Australia one in which is having a massive impact on our native wildlife and farming stock. The fox and feral cat are notorious for being responsible for drastic reductions in our bird life with a massive effect on many other species that inhabit our land. Our governments support hunters as one means in helping fight this issue. Please educate yourself with facts before making comment.


For further information regarding these callers contact Paul on 0425721588 or visit

Music courtesy of -- Hope

Fox Hunting -- Tools of the Trade

THIS IS A HUNTING VIDEO. VIEWER DISCRETION ADVISED.

With the Fox Hunting being a little slower than normal we take a bit of time out to discuss some of the modern tools that are now available to the fox hunter.
Products discussed include the Icotec GC500 and PD200 Waggler.
Available in Australia at Get Trapped

Olight and Maxtoch LED torches.

Blazar Batteries

Tenterfield fox whistle

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Fitzwilliam Opening Day Fox Hunt in Peterborough - Milton Park

Scenes from a day fox hunting in Peterborough with the Fitzwilliam Hunt. Huntsmen, hounds and riders jumping fences and riding through the English countryside of Milton Hall and Milton Park outside of Peterborough, Cambridgeshire.
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Fox Hunting with Dogs in Virginia

A field trial my club sponsored at a local fox pen.

Fox Hunting in Downton Abbey

HORSES AND HOUNDS - Traditional British Fox Hunting | Gaming by Jess

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Suir Vale Harriers Hunt Clonmore Jan 2020

Equestrian fox hunting in Ireland is a very popular sport which runs from November to March. It's a test of skill and stamina on both horse and rider. It takes you over natural cross country jumps and open country side at speed an not knowing what's ahead is all part of it. A few thrills and spills along the way are all part of the days fun.
This hunt is run by The Suir Vale Harries Hunt and was filmed by @Brian S

Gee Atherton's Passes 399 MTB Riders | Red Bull Foxhunt 2016

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Red Bull Foxhunt returned to Rostrevor in Northern Ireland for the 5th year, but this year was different. History was made as the fox, Gee Atherton, finished in second and gained a place on the podium for the first time. The victorious Colin Ross took first place for the third time, another Foxhunt first! Check out Gee's POV in the video above.
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Wicked Lights Night Hunting Fox with Predator Pursuit

Gray Fox called within inches of the FOXPRO Fury and FoxJack Decoy. Using Wicked Hunting Lights to illuminate the subject. Visit to purchase these products.

Jagd Terrier in Problems , Fox Hunting

This video is intended to show the problem that arises when humans invade the habitat of many species, leaving them with no natural predators. These species in this case the Badgers (badger) finished with all the fauna of your surroundings so it is necessary to hunt them.

Using other methods are invasive hunting for other animals, so this is a very effective method.

The video contains powerful images that may offend the sensibilities, it is advised that if you are not over 18 years old can not see the video.

I hope that if they are not in accordance with the video, respected. Since it is a legal and regulated practice.

This is a thematic channel for animal lovers in the broadest sense of the word.

Farage's Fight for Foxhunters

He is the top news item from this year's CLA Game Fair. UKIP leader Nigel Farage sets out where David Cameron has gone wrong with the repeal of foxhunting ban, and how he plans to make it right... it's clever!

For discounted tickets to the 2015 CLA Game Fair at Harewood House in Yorkshire (31 July - 2 August) go to (subject to availability)

That's not all. We've got interviews with all the stars of the Game Fair - JB from JLS, His Grace the Duke of Marlborough, game chef Guy Paterson and Andy Crow's new pug puppy. What a line-up!

This item appears in Fieldsports Britain episode 243. To watch the whole show go to

▶ Join the Fieldsports Nation and fund our fight for fieldsports in the media - for full details for YouTube membership for the same via Patreon To become a more structural shareholder, visit

▶ Sign up for our weekly email newsletter

▶ Fieldsports Shop Go to

We’re proud to promote enjoyment of fieldsports and the countryside. There are three guiding principles to everything we do on Fieldsports Channel:
▶ Hunt, shoot and fish responsibly
▶ Respect the quarry
▶ Ensure a humane, clean and quick kill
Take part in nature. Join the Fieldsports Nation

Risk warning: investments of this nature carry risks to your capital as well as potential rewards. Approved as a financial promotion by Envestors Limited. Which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (No. 07236828.)

Pennsylvania Nature: Red fox on the hunt

A young red fox hunts for insects and fallen fruit in an orchard.

Fox Hunting in Virginia. Hounds and Horses. Part 1 of 4

Opening fox hunt with Caroline Hunt Club in Virginia 2012. It was a great day for the Huntsman, Hounds and Horses.

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