West Highland Hunting
Scottish sporting estates are charging clients up to £1,000 to shoot wild goats years after public outrage over the practice prompted the Scottish Government to review shooting laws.
The head of a Highland sporting firm has been condemned by the British Deer Society (BDS) for allowing the filming of a controversial stag cull.
Police Scotland has launched an investigation and is seeking public information about a stag that was filmed being shot and killed in a Highland sea loch.
A company promoting the trophy hunting of animals in northwest Scotland offers people the chance to shoot rare stags for up to £8,000.
An investigation has been launched into a video showing a stag being shot and killed in a Highland loch.
Scottish Government minister Michael Russell said such hunting should be "stopped immediately".