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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Hunting in the mountains - on argali in Kyrgyzstan
We can say that our journey began with the arrival at Bishkek airport. I flew to Kyrgyzstan with a group of Poles who ordered a capricorn and a ram Marco…

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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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Lion hunting is one of the most dangerous types of hunting for a large predator

These days, the lions have diminished significantly. There are hardly more than 300 Asian (in India). True, there are much more of them in Africa. A curious fact: the Africans themselves forced to pay attention to the lions … the Europeans. Ironically, it was they who popularized the lions in many areas of the black continent. Thus, in the art of the peoples of Ghana, leopards relatively recently dominated, but after the appearance of Europeans in the country of Europeans, the images of spotted cats were replaced by lions. Continue reading

Fox Hunt with Manco Wounded Hare
The hunt for any animal is good when you know its habits and routine of life. Fox is no exception. There are no ways to hunt for it: they hunt…

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Everything about leopard hunting in Africa
The African leopard (pantera pardus) is one of the most desirable and at the same time the most difficult hunting trophies. If an elephant and a buffalo are said to…

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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…

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Fox hunting
In recent years, every trip I take to a fox hunt is puzzling to some people who sincerely consider themselves to be hunters. More and more often I hear the…

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