By Sunday the crew were spotting feeding sign and the faintest of tracks in pine needles.
With that under their belt, they were left to track for a couple of hours.
They returned to camp just after dark, many of them having used feeding sign and ground spoor to locate a herd of fallow deer. One group tracked down a a red deer stag.
To say I was proud of their achievements would be an understatement, I was blown away.
I recorded many of them stalking, on the last day they all got very close to some rather black fallow.
Whilst doing her zizo, one of the students had a stag walk right up to her , and then kicked her day pack.
Well done to everyone, it was a real pleasure .