Preparation for this type of hunting is to study the biology of the beast and the selection of suitable hunting grounds. Knowledge of the habits of the beast in different conditions and the nature of the places where he lives, determines the success of the hunt.
To hunt rabbits, one should choose areas that are abundant in fields with small hummocky marshes, in which the hares especially like to go. The fields overgrown with juniper are very convenient for hunting, infrequent thickets of vine-trees along the banks of streams and rivers flowing through the fields, ravines in which the hares lay down to escape the wind and snow. Continue reading