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Fallow deer were introduced into New Zealand from England and Tasmania (Australia) in 1860, but the herds in the North Island of New Zealand where Alpine Hunting is located were liberated between 1864 and 1910.

With distinctive flat “paddled" antler more similar to a moose than a red stag, fallow has the most diverse range of colors of all the deer species. Colors range from white to menial and various shades of brown and black, with several prized “chocolate" colored taken every season at Alpine Hunting.

The fallow herd at Alpine Hunting has gone from strength to strength since the 2001 introduction of impressive European genetics with our existing herd, and we now offer fallow as both an “in field" addition to any package and as part of a multi species combo with red stag and sika.



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