who has the job of stating whether a piece of land has a head of deer? i understand the necessity for the land to be cleared for a centre fire but land doesnt change, so once cleared, its on record. (seemingly forever). All done by the FLO.
But do they have the say so over whether deer are on the land? if so it poses more questions... like what makes them qualified to make that judgement? and what about land that has occasional visitors or areas that are adjacent to land that has had FAC issued (for deer) to stalkers/landowners. whilst certain areas will traditionally hold deer the numbers of deer are increasing as is the geographical spead of the 6 species (well some more than others) so surely the need for land to be assessed for deer has incresed.... so how does this happen?
gonna sit back and stroke my beard and think!! so any ideas welcome...