I`ve just been trawling the net and came across a piece from the Telegraph.co.uk dated 2001 titled-
"Scotlands deeer under threat"
Basically, it goes on to say that a studies over a five year period revealed that 10% of Scotlands Red Deer contain Sika genes, rising to 40% in areas such as Argyle.
It then goes on to say that 1 in 1000 deer is born a hybrid in regions where Reds and Sika overlap.
Have any of you that stalk in Scotland ever shot a Deer which you thought was Red/Sika ish?