Indonesian woodcock
Found on the largest islands of the Malay Archipelago - Java, Sumatra, as well as on the island of New Guinea. The Malay Archipelago, which is the largest cluster of…

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Buffalo Hunting in Australia
Somehow in the company of the Australian reporter Mick Mateson talk about hunting. Soon we gradually moved to the Australian wilderness, bush and, of course, water buffalo grazing on the…

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Hunting for white partridges
Upon arrival in the hunting area, local hunters or best collective farmers who go to pick berries should be questioned, where the swamps are located and what areas they are…

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Winter hunting in Astrakhan
The long-awaited winter has arrived in Astrakhan. For two days it was snowing, the ground and the trees covered themselves with a white blanket. The time has come for a…

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peasants attacked

Russian Borzoi Hunting

At the entrance to their hunting territory I was greeted by absolutely white Russian greyhounds, who treated me like the closest relative. As if they knew me for many years. Carefully sniffed my pockets, but, apparently, nothing good on the smell there was not found. Then they were interested in the photo bag. But, having familiarized themselves with the smells of its content, they lost interest in me. Again they began to rush one after another around the yard. Three of them were my elbow height. They, it seemed, didn’t even run in fluffy snow, but, as it were, flew over it, so long and graceful were their jumps. Continue reading

Muskrat Catching Cabbage

The hunter Mikhail Alexandrovich Ponomarev, a resident of the Kurgan Region, Kurgan Region, the village of Zaikovo, in 45 days of fishing by freeze-up, extracted 1,500 muskrats.

By its structure, the trap it made looks like a pear. The average size of the trap is 65 by 60 cm. It is made of willow rods with a thickness of 5 to 8 mm. The rods should fit snugly together so that there is as little clearance as possible between them. Continue reading

Hunting for beauties.

Whirl, jack, or the bustard-beauty is a bird of the family of the bustard of the squad crane. It got its name for the characteristic manner of running, rushing from side to side. In our country lives from the Caspian Sea to Mongolia, but is currently strictly protected.
I was accidentally lucky enough to see flying bustards in the Kuban steppes. Continue reading

White partridges
The wide area of ​​distribution, the richest natural reserves and good commodity qualities have made the white partridge one of the most popular hunting birds of our country. In addition,…

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Hunting for gray partridges
Shooting gray partridges is one of the most interesting types of hunting, but only on the condition that there are many birds in those areas where you will hunt. Therefore,…

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Raccoon Raccoon
New fur-bearing beast raccoon little known to hunters. Raccoon-poloskun is a relatively small animal. Its body length is 60–70 and its tail is 20–25 centimeters. The raccoon has a dense,…

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