Collection: Red Stag

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18 products
Small Red Stag Burr
Small Red Stag Burr
Small Red Stag Burr
From $24.00
Small Red Stag Crown
Small Red Stag Crown
Small Red Stag Crown
From $4.00
Small Red Stag Quarter Splits
Small Red Stag Quarter Splits
Small Red Stag Quarter Splits
From $24.00
Small Red Stag Split Beam
Small Red Stag Split Beam
Small Red Stag Split Beam
From $4.00
Small Red Stag Split Base
Small Red Stag Split Base
Small Red Stag Split Base
From $16.00
Small Red Stag Base
Small Red Stag Base
Small Red Stag Base
From $4.00
Small Red Stag Tines
Small Red Stag Tines
Small Red Stag Tines
From $8.00
Medium Red Stag Crown
Medium Red Stag Crown
Medium Red Stag Crown
From $31.50
Medium Red Stag Burr
Medium Red Stag Burr
Medium Red Stag Burr
From $28.00
Medium Red Stag Split Beam
Medium Red Stag Split Beam
Medium Red Stag Split Beam
From $28.00
Medium Red Stag Base
Medium Red Stag Base
Medium Red Stag Base
From $28.00
Medium Red Stag Quarter Splits
Medium Red Stag Quarter Splits
Medium Red Stag Quarter Splits
From $28.00
Medium Red Stag Split Base
Medium Red Stag Split Base
Medium Red Stag Split Base
From $31.50
Large Red Stag Crown
Large Red Stag Crown
Large Red Stag Crown
From $63.00
Large Red Stag Base
Large Red Stag Base
Large Red Stag Base
From $78.00
Large Red Stag Split Beam
Large Red Stag Split Beam
Large Red Stag Split Beam
From $48.00
Medium Red Stag Tines
Medium Red Stag Tines
Medium Red Stag Tines
From $56.00
Large Red Stag Tines
Large Red Stag Tines
Large Red Stag Tines
From $96.00

Originally from Europe, Red Deer (distant cousins of the North American Elk) are now inhabitants of 6 continents, and widely known as a popular game species. Back during the days of the Roman Empire, Red Deer were used to pull wagons and cars in the festivals honoring Diana, the goddess of hunting. Every year, Red Deer males (more commonly known as Red Stags) grow antler for protection from predators, as well as establishing dominance with other males during breeding season. At the end of winter, when breeding season is over, the males naturally shed their antlers to get ready to grow new ones for next year.

Field Journal

George Washington's Influence On Fallow Deer
  • Feb 22, 2022
George Washington's Influence On Fallow Deer
What Size Antler Should I Get My Dog?
  • Feb 15, 2022
What Size Antler Should I Get My Dog?
How Eggs And Antlers Are Similar
  • Feb 8, 2022
How Eggs And Antlers Are Similar

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