Stuffed bird
Early autumn with a red brush over the gardens and foothills. But summer reminded of another hot afternoon. On one of these days, the elder brother stood at the front…

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How to hunt for a column
The rather bright, greenish color of the fur distinguishes the column from all other members of the mustelidas close to it. Column - a typical predator. The main food for…

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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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manages to examine

WeWeasel and Ferretasel and Ferret

Ermine is a night predatory animal. It is valuable not only for its skin, but also because it destroys a huge number of mouse-like rodents and water rats.Ermine.An ermine is common throughout almost the entire territory of the Soviet Union, but it is mostly mined in Yakutia and Western Siberia. There is no this animal only in the Caucasus and Transcaucasia, in the Crimea and Central Asia. It inhabits a variety of lands, mainly floodplains of rivers, lakes and marshes, overgrown with reeds or grass. Continue reading

Rescue and save the big spindle
The state of populations of one or another species of animals and birds depends, as a rule, on a whole complex of factors, which, dynamically changing, can in a relatively…

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Raccoon hunting in november
That day finally came when I was able to go hunting. Before that, I could not because of work, but free days came and I did not hesitate. I agreed…

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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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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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