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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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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Hunting a hare with a penguin
Our hunt for a hare is still more individual. Pens are not used, and therefore purely German use in this form of continental poles is hardly advisable, and ineffective. The…

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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

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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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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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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"Delusion" on the fox
Nowadays, with the spread of trophy hunting for large animals, hunting for pests and fox in particular has faded into the background, and only enthusiasts of their work continue to…

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