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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Boar Hunting in the Penza Region
We hunted in the Penza region. But this is not important. The same could happen when hunting for a wild boar and in any other locality, or, as they say…

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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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At the spurs of Sikhote-Alin
What to do in the winter? Go to a holiday home? No! ... It is not in my nature! And the thought occurred to me: "Let me go to the…

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switched to Pakistan

Parrot hunting with hounds and terriers

Parfors fox hunting is becoming increasingly popular among the propertied classes, second only to deer hunting with flocks of deer hounds — the staghound.

The name “parforsnaya hunting” comes from the French “par force” – by force, through force. Horsemen with a pack of hounds lead the pursuit of a fox, a deer, a hare, and another beast until the beast is completely exhausted and, in exhaustion, does not stop running. Then he gets into the hounds teeth or is taken by hunters. Continue reading

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

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 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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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…

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Beaver hunt Traps, loops.
Before we begin to consider the topic of hunting for beavers, let's see what this animal is, where it lives, and what hunting methods can be used. The beaver is…

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