Lord Barnard's Raby Estate is renowned for its wild bird shoot and is one of the "50 Best Sporting Estates" according to The Field (March, 2010) described as "… mixed sport in stirring landscapes".
The Estate is split into two separate shoots: Upper Teesdale Estate, which is an upland shoot; and Raby Estate which is predominantly a low ground shoot.
Comprising mainly of pheasants and grouse, a normal day might also include snipe, woodcock and wildfowl etc. The Estate also has good numbers of wild grey partridges, winning the G.W.C.T Durham and Northern Dales Partridge Trophy in 2011.
Enquiries are welcomed from interested parties. Our efficient team of gamekeepers will endeavour to meet your individual needs and requirements, ensuring that your time at Raby will be enjoyable and memorable with the experience of truly wild game.
Services can be tailored to meet specific needs of the party.
Transport can be provided.
Arrangements for accommodation, ammunition and lunch can be made by the Estate.