White Rhino Safari
One day, ten years ago, on the way to safari, I was stuck at Francistown airport, waiting for a plane to Johannesburg. We talked with a neighbor, an elderly Catholic…

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White Rhino Safari
One day, ten years ago, on the way to safari, I was stuck at Francistown airport, waiting for a plane to Johannesburg. We talked with a neighbor, an elderly Catholic…

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Hunting in England: features of hunting with British terriers
Hunting in Britain was a class occupation, strictly regulated by the property status of citizens. Violation of the rules severely punished. Large noble game was the prerogative of the royal…

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Monthly Archives: February 2019

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Hunting in England: features of hunting with British terriers

Hunting in Britain was a class occupation, strictly regulated by the property status of citizens. Violation of the rules severely punished. Large noble game was the prerogative of the royal blood persons, large landlords, aristocrats. Only kings and the highest English court aristocracy could hunt deer. With flocks of hounds on roe deer, fallow deer and fox in England, the nobility hunted. The lot of tenants, farmers, commoners was getting small game, including from holes. Terriers in such a hunt were indispensable. Continue reading

Experience falconry with a dog

By virtue of their more developed mental abilities in comparison with the feathered companion or by obeying the hunting instinct, they are eager to help the birds of prey with prey. At first glance, it seems advantageous if the dog as a faster creature than a human being will be the first to rush to the feathered hunter, who cast the game, which is able to resist. What is important, for example, when catching a hare. And the experience of falcon hunts of the past is an example. This, however, concerns to a greater extent hunts with falcons. Continue reading

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

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Fox hunting
Hunters have such a rule: “Do not start fishing without finding out where the beast is found”. The fox usually lives where there are many mouse-like rodents. The number of…

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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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How to keep the game on the hunt?
Unfortunately, not all hunters are familiar with them. Especially from among the newly entered hunting teams. Of course, practical experience is passed on to young hunters from more experienced ones…

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African Lion Safari
Leo, as you know, is one of the “Big Five” - the elite of the most dangerous game animals of the African fauna. The prey of this predator is always…

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