Hunting

Animal Habits of the Open Landscape

In the flat areas of the Arctic desert and tundra, the steppe zone and deserts, all predatory animals have developed an instinct to visit and examine objects that stand out against the background of a monotonous flat landscape.

While scouring the fields and meadows, the white polecat and the ermine must be wrapped up and examine the curtain of bushes and reeds that came into view, or the germ of straw, a kopeck of hay and a heap of stones. This is explained by the fact that in such places rodents and birds find food and shelter, and therefore, predators have the opportunity to profit from something and find a comfortable refuge for themselves. For a better view of the area, these animals are not averse to climbing up a hillock or a hummock and, standing on it with a column, look around.

A wolf, a fox and a corsac go out on exploration to elevated areas of the plain, and in places with an uneven surface they follow along the edge of ravines and along the hryvnias separating the beams. They also will not disregard the embryo and the hay shock and will definitely examine them, otherwise they will climb up to take a better look around. The wolf and the fox sometimes walk several kilometers to the forest edge looming on the horizon or to the reeds in the hope of profit and find shelter there.

Polar bears and arctic foxes also follow this example and walk tens of kilometers across the icy Arctic desert to hummocks, where ice holes form, and to the rocky shores of islands, where hundreds of thousands of colonial birds live, and therefore, there is also food.

For the same reason, Arctic foxes are attracted to the guarded mouths. ”Lack of food resources in the Arctic desert makes many Arctic foxes go tens of kilometers into ice fields with hummocks after polar bears and pick up the remains of a bear meal there. The scarce forage in the tundra also forces the Arctic foxes to migrate to the forest tundra and other more forage areas. ”

In winter, yolks and arctic foxes follow the nomadic deer for hundreds of kilometers. Reindeer, digging into the lichen, leave behind deep grooves, which are used by white and tundra partridges, pecking berries and shoots of dwarf willows and birches there. Arctic foxes and foxes willingly visit these ruts, which manage to catch a partridge in such places and profit from lemmings.

The Arctic fox, scouring the tundra in search of food, will not ignore the lonely bush, stump or hummock that it meets. Be sure to examine them and, after carefully sniffing them, perform the usual dog ritual, noting his visit with urine. ”This is repeated by dozens of other Arctic foxes, having once visited this area.

Many believe that by these actions each animal marks the border of the area it occupies. In fact, this is not nearly as easy as it seems. Predators of the canine family have a particularly keenly developed instinct, and when they sniff the ureter for a long time, they get an idea of ​​the number of animals of their own kind. If such ureters are found very often, “and dozens of Arctic foxes, moreover hungry, mark them, then the animals have a desire to leave the overpopulated, low-feeding area. This prompts Arctic foxes to migrate hundreds of kilometers.

The hunters of the North are well aware that when this instinct for migration has awakened and the “Arctic foxes began to flow”, it is no longer possible to stop them with any additional feeding. Therefore, the baits of arctic foxes need to be laid out in advance – in summer or early autumn and constantly replenished, thereby reawakening the instinct of resettlement.

Rodents in the steppe regions primarily inhabit the most fertile areas where vegetation is more abundant. For burrowing, they choose elevated places that are not flooded with melt water and showers.

Ground squirrels arrange a vertical burrow hidden behind a turf. They do not cut the grass around it, they do not dig the earth or throw it out, and they also do not leave fecal matter near the burrow. To observe the surrounding area, butane is used – a land thrown out and rammed away from a residential burrow with a slanting mink, which serves as a temporary refuge for them.

Marmots do not mask burrows like that. They also arrange them in high places that are not flooded with water. Bhutan – trampled by dots – happens near the entrance to the burrow. When a person or any animal appears in the field of view of marmots and ground squirrels, the animals become a stublik and give alarming signals – the ground squirrels whistle, and the marmots yapping like a small dog.

Brown hares never stay for a day in fattening areas with abundant grass, where predators are looking for and chase them, but go into open fields and often lie down in furrows among arable land or behind a hummock on the border, in another secluded, but open on all sides place with a good outlook.

In the tundra and in the steppe, feathered predators also try to occupy a higher perch – in a kurgai, a lone tree, an electric pole and other elevation, from which it is convenient to observe the surrounding area and attack the seen prey. Periate predators also have favorite hummocks and stones in their hunting areas, on which they usually pluck and gut captured birds and animals.

Lowlands, overgrown with bushes, weeds and lush grass, attract partridges, quails and other wild game, since in such places they find shelter and abundant food.

The examples given indicate that in the life of animals, the availability of a food base and the possibility of its use are of decisive importance.On this basis, the rest of the biological cycle of animals is formed: the choice of a habitat, a place for a nest or den, the beginning and well-being of the mating season, fertility, successful the education of the young and, ultimately, the prosperity of the species.

In this regard, in unauthorized fishing, it is of paramount importance to use the food reflex to attract animals to certain places with regular feeding.

About Shotgun Shooting

Here are some tips to watch out for when shooting a rifle.

  1. With frequent shooting, when the barrel is warmed up, the charges fly higher, because the powder gases become more elastic.
  2. If the light is from behind, which happens at sunset or sunrise, then the front sight should be taken larger, since the light beam is refracted by the front sight, which seems to be higher than it actually is.
  3. In dry weather, the bullet flies higher, in wet and cold weather – lower.
  4. If you shoot steeply uphill, you need to pick up (take below the target) significantly, looking at the battle of the shotgun, otherwise the shot will have to be higher than the target.
  5. If you shoot steeply downhill, you need to take exactly the place you want to hit or slightly higher, depending on the strength of the shotgun. Otherwise, the bullet will hit below the target.
  6.  When shooting at a running animal, you need to pull the trigger as soon as the front sight touches the front of the animal’s body (the animal runs away from you at an angle of 90 degrees.) At a considerable distance to the animal, make a 1-3 body lead ahead. The lead changes depending on the target’s speed.
  7. At the beast that is running away from you, you need to aim at the head or slightly higher.
  8. At the beast that runs at you, you need to aim at the level of the legs.
  9. If the sun shines strongly from the side and sharply illuminates one side of the front sight, so that the other side appears dark, you need to aim with the light side.
  10. If you have to shoot late in the evening or early in the morning, when the blackness of the barrel is difficult to distinguish from the general darkness, you should take it below the target. The line of sight should be taken along the length of the darkening barrel.
  11. You can check which eye is the command one and which is not, as follows: throw the shotgun at a distant stationary target, without squinting your left eye. Now close your left eye: if the front sight remains in place, the command right eye. If she went to the side – the command left.
  12. To noticeably increase the number of hits on the hunt, at home you need to train like this: stand so that the target is on your left or right. Throw the shotgun onto it with a turn of the body. Check the aiming of the shotgun. 20-30 daily sessions, and the result will not be long in coming. Complicate tasks by mixing goals.

Hunting Kitchen

Hunting cuisine consists of dishes made from meat products of wild birds and animals. The art of game cooking is rooted in the past of mankind and is an obligatory festive attribute of the process of cultural hunting!

The hunting fauna of our country is diverse. Its vast expanses are inhabited by waterfowl, marsh, upland, field and mountain birds. Hares and wild ungulates live in the forests – elk, wild boar, roe deer, deer.

Many amateurs give their leisure time to sport hunting, who bring not only prey from hunting, but also health, new impressions, and good mood. The taste of game has long been well known. However, the high quality and good taste of game dishes also depend on the correct preparation. The author gives methods of preparing dishes from the most common game at home and field conditions.

On our table comes the meat of game obtained by hunters-trappers and hunters-amateur. Game can be purchased in the Dary Prirody stores, where the meat of wild ungulates (elk, deer, wild boar, saiga, etc.) and fowl (ptarmigan, hazel grouse, black grouse, etc.) are sold. Quails and pheasants grown on special farms also go on sale.

It is often argued which is tastier – black grouse or wild duck, moose or wild boar? These disputes are pointless, since the taste of a dish depends on its preparation, and a dish made from one’s own prey always seems tastier than one from meat bought in a store. The meat of snipe, great snipe and woodcock is traditionally considered a delicacy. The meat of game birds of chicken breeds (quail, hazel grouse, partridge, pheasant, wood grouse, black grouse) has excellent taste. Hare meat is highly valued; no wonder the old chefs called the best piece of beef tenderloin “bunny”. Among wild ungulates, the meat of roe deer, deer and saiga should be distinguished by their taste.

Wild animals eat natural food and instinctively choose the most necessary and useful ones. Many plants contain nutrients that accumulate in the meat of wild animals. Game meat is high in calories, nutritious and has dietary properties. Wild animals and birds lead an active lifestyle, therefore their meat is quite dense and not particularly fatty. Before preparing dishes from such meat, it is recommended to keep it in the marinade, stuff with lard and use more fat.

Of course, game dishes can be prepared in the same way as poultry dishes. But it will hardly sound like praise if the chef is told that the hazel grouse he cooked tastes like chicken. Game dishes should have a specific bittersweet aftertaste. They add wild fruits and berries, sugar. However, it should be remembered that the taste of a dish is primarily determined by the quality of the meat and the correct cooking mode. Various spices and seasonings only add originality and flavor to the dish. Of course, directly on the hunt, in field conditions, cooking game dishes can be easier. The hunting appetite will replace any of the most sophisticated sauce. As a rule, it is on the hunt that men acquire their first culinary skills. A careful attitude towards prey, no matter how modest it may be, is an indispensable quality of a cultured hunter.

Hunting Safety Rules

Hunting is a fascinating and exciting activity, but at the same time, when going hunting, you need to remember that it is a dangerous business, especially if you are going to hunt a predator or ungulate. A wounded animal poses a serious threat to the hunter, and you need to know well the habits of the animal in order not to make a fatal mistake.

It happens that the danger overtakes unexpectedly and an experienced hunter, but most often the cause of the accident is non-observance of elementary safety rules when handling weapons, violation of “chain of command” (for example, when shooters leave the rooms without permission, without the permission of the head) and other similar actions … In this chapter, of course, we will not be able to give a complete overview of this topic, but will try to dwell on the basic rules.

First, a few words about weapons. It is usually transported unassembled. It is strictly forbidden to store and hand over a loaded gun to anyone. If the weapon is transported in an assembled state, the hunter must show the comrades that it is not loaded before getting into the car. _ When hunting, when crossing difficult areas, crossing a stream, etc., the gun is hung on the shoulder.
When hunters walk along the trail in single file, the first and last hunters direct their guns, respectively, forward and backward, going inside the chain – to the side.

Roundabout hunting involves knowing a whole list of rules that are mandatory for all participants, both for shooters and for beaters, but the main thing is that they all must obey the head of the hunt unquestioningly. Here are some of the rules. The shooters are not allowed to leave their rooms without permission, nor to move from them; during shooting, you need to clearly imagine the shooting sector (its border should be at an angle of no more than 45 degrees to both sides of the shooter) and not point the weapon towards the adjacent number. When the beaters get close enough, shooting inside the pen stops; in different natural conditions, this distance is determined in different ways. These are just short excerpts from the rules, those who decided to take part in the raid need to know the complete list by heart and strictly adhere to them.

When hunting with a dog, make sure that when jumping on the owner, he does not press the trigger with his paw. Unfortunately, there have been such cases on the hunt. In the boat, you also need to keep an eye on the gun, positioning it so that the barrel faces away from other hunters. You can shoot at a water bird only when it rises from the water at a distance of at least 3-4 meters, and when hunting a wild boar from the approach, in no case should you shoot from your knee, only from the shoulder, since the shot will not be directed into the ground , but into a bowl where another hunter may be.

When resting, never put your gun close to the fire; the distance from open fire should be at least 10 m. In general, the correct handling of weapons is a serious and extensive topic, which it is advisable to familiarize yourself with even before purchasing a hunting rifle.

Advice From Experienced Hunters: Living Fire

No matter how sophisticated modern northern travelers, sleeping in special insulated tents, climbing into sleeping bags made of eider down or ultra-modern insulating materials, they can get heat only from themselves, from their body, from the amount of calories that the body absorbed from food instead of spent on a difficult transition. No wonder for the conquerors of the North Pole or Antarctica, special super-calorie rations are made.

Of course, you can also warm up near some portable infrared emitter. However, even the most economical one will still “eat” oxygen in a tent, and a lack of oxygen for a tired body is fraught with serious consequences, especially in conditions of high latitudes, frost and wind.

To tell the truth, even today I do not see an alternative to a bonfire, to that living fire that warmed our distant ancestor in fierce winters.

First, a person does not spend his energy on warming the body, but only receives it.

Secondly, try to dry sweaty underwear even in the most perfect tent in winter, in the cold, and nothing will come of it. You will have to dry it on your body, spending your own heat. By the fire, even in the most severe frost, you will do it in 10-15 minutes and you will sleep in dry clothes, breathing in the fresh frosty winter air.

Of course, all of the above applies only to the forest zone, where you can get firewood for the fire.

How to build a fire quickly and economically?

To begin with, every self-respecting hunter, regardless of whether he smokes or not, should have matches in his pocket, securely packed and sealed in polyethylene. Hide a few matches together with a grater in a plastic cup from under validol (borrow from someone who suffers from a heart). Strengthen the lid with a piece of adhesive plaster so that it does not bounce off by chance. It’s nice to have special “hunting” matches. They burn for a long time, like a “sparkler”, and will help the hunter to light a fire without much effort in rain, frost, and even in very strong winds. If all this is stored in a securely zipped pocket and closer to the body, then, believe me, you are not even afraid of swimming in an autumn or winter river. There would be firewood on the shore.

Further – kindling, “kindling”, as the taiga people say. Do not strain yourself too much, cutting small chips in the form of a Christmas tree on a dry stick. This is a long task, and building a fire sometimes requires very quick action.

From my own experience, I was convinced that the best kindling at any time of the year and in any weather for me was chips from an old resinous pine stump. The best of them are on old burned-out areas. By the way, resin is driven from these pine stumps, which have been pricked into small woods, for the purpose of reshaping wooden boats. If possible, it is worth preparing a sufficient amount of resin chips in reserve.

Almost as good for making a birch fire. It is better if it is removed from a standing or recently felled tree, for example, in a felling area, and dried.

It is also harmless to have it with a margin. Birch bark from a fallen or rotted birch, of course, will do, but it catches fire much worse.

There is always dry kindling in the depths of the crown of some large coniferous tree, near the trunk itself. Usually it is spruce or cedar. There, even in the rain, there are dry thin twigs, moreover, rather resinous.

It is difficult, I repeat, to kindle a fire in severe frost. The chips catch fire slowly because they are so deposited that it takes a while for them to warm up. Even a match sometimes fails to light if the box is kept in an outer pocket, and not near the body. This is where the kindling from a burnt pine stump comes in handy. Resin ignites instantly in any frost.

By the way, never fan a burning flame with your mouth, with your own breath. It is better to use a piece of birch bark, a piece of cardboard or any flat object, a lid from a kettle or saucepan, waving it near the ground in front of the coals.

You will make a daytime fire in order, for example, to boil tea, cook food in the middle of the day’s march. This is a small fire that can be built in a quarter of an hour. If the snow is not very deep, rake it to the ground, otherwise it will melt from the heat, the fire will go into it and will smolder, not burn. However, in the northern taiga, where there is a meter of snow, or even more, until you get to the ground, you won’t even want tea. Therefore, it is necessary to trample with skis on a ski area with a ski length and a width of about a meter. Cut down a few thin aspens or some other deciduous trees in the neighborhood, chop them into one and a half meter long perches and lay them tightly to one another to make a flooring, a platform. Make a fire on it, and above it on a long inclined pole, stuck in a snowdrift, hang a kettle or a kettle and enjoy life.

Now the fire will not go away into the snow, and so that you feel very good, put the skis on top with the camus (if they are camus skis) side by side like a bench. For your feet, make a groove in the snow and hide your feet there, otherwise the snow on the shoe will melt and it will get wet.

A campfire is a bonfire for the whole night. How it is arranged determines your rest during a long winter night. When people write or talk about night-lodging fires, they usually start with a nodia, the fire of the Ural hunters, although it requires the most time for its preparation. This bonfire is not very popular in Siberia. The Siberian taiga fire is more common there, and in Gorny Altai there is another one, which I called Altai. About him will be discussed.

The first time I spent the night in the winter taiga without a hut was at the beginning of 1959, when I was a researcher at the Altai Nature Reserve. For two weeks we surveyed the winter camps of marals in the Kamga river valley. The snow in these places was very deep – in some places it was up to one and a half meters and even more. Every night we slept by the fire, a large Altai fire – that’s the only way I can call it.

In order to spend the night normally in the winter taiga, you need to prepare for this ahead of time.

We took with us two axes – a big one and a small one, and our guide, an observer of the Altaian-Tubalar reserve, Andrey Tuymeshev, packed a small cross-saw into a sack. He folded it into a semicircle and stuck it over the top of his backpack. Then I realized that the saw for the device of a winter night fire is an indispensable tool. With its help, we prepared the required amount of firewood for the whole night in just half an hour.

In order to build an Altai bonfire, it is necessary to dump several sushins 20 centimeters thick and cut them into logs of the required length. There were four of us, and two people slept on each side of the fire, so we sawed four-meter logs.

Naturally, it is impossible to lay out a fire directly in the snow. Snow had to be dug to the ground throughout the entire area of ​​the future mill. This process is quite lengthy, because its width was about three meters, and its length was four. The snow, which is thrown away with a ski, like a shovel, had to be laid so that a wall was obtained that would serve as a barrier from the night wind and a reflector of the heat of the fire. Small poles are stuck obliquely into the same shaft of snow, cross-beams are placed on them, and then spruce branches to make a roof. On the opposite side, they do the same. These roofs do not close in the middle. The fire and smoke of the fire go into the gap between them.

We chopped a fir twigs under our sides, which smelled of pine needles and resin, like a balm. From above, they filled it with hay, dragging it from the hay stocks under fir and cedar trees. When I said that it was not good, they say, to rob animals, Andrey answered me: “You, boy, do not be afraid. Maral will come, he will rob them worse than us. We will leave, the gameyrgan (senostavka in Altai style) will still eat its hay. But it will sleep softly. We always do this. ”

By the way, Siberian hunters, when they spend the night by the fire, sometimes put a musk deer skin under them. She absolutely does not let the cold through – the hair is thick and dense. Today, it may well be replaced by a polyurethane foam mat, which tourists carry with them rolled into a roll. With all my negative attitude to synthetics, I cannot but praise this rug – you can really sleep on it in the snow without risking sciatica or something worse.

Of course, building a new camp every night is difficult. This takes no less than two hours (there were four of us, I remind you, there were!), And everything needs to be done at daylight. The only concern after the camp was built is the preparation of firewood, which we did in the morning in case we were late from the route.

The fire itself is primitive. Two logs lie side by side on the ground, close to each other, and the third – on top of them, along, of course. The fire burns with an open flame and is very hot. When it burns out a little and the flame subsides, it starts to flicker (smolder hotly) just like the node, but the heat gives much more. His device takes a minimum of time – he threw three logs on top of each other, set them on fire and basked, cook food, sushi clothes and socks. True, it requires more fuel than a node. During the night he has to “feed”.

I like this fire much more than a node, if only because it is almost always light around it. Nodya, on the other hand, does not illuminate the place of lodging for the night, increasing the gloom of the night.

Any dry tree is suitable for a night fire, which, as I said, does not shoot sparks. Fir gives the most sparks.

Hog Hunting 101

I love hunting hogs and hogsare something that must be hunted. In the South, hogs are a real problem. I say there’s two different kinds of places: there’s places that have hogs and places that will soon have hogs because hogs are just moving so much. What the deal is about hogs is 50 years ago, we didn’t have hogs in much of the South like we have now. What happened was pork prices went so far down that the farmers didn’t want to keep their hogs so they just turned them loose and hogs adapted very well. The problem with hogs is that they adapted too well. They can live anywhere and they can live on anything They’re kind of like coyotes. They can root around. They eat anything they want to eat and they’re destructive. They destroy habitat. They destroy farm fields. So, farmers don’t like them. They eat turkey eggs and quail eggs and they’re just destructive. I mean people say that they’ve found a white-tailed fawns that they wound up killing, they go through fences. Hogs multiply rapidly. I hear a lot of stories of these hogs where people say a hog will have 8-10 babies. Well, let me tell you something: I’ve killed 100s or maybe as many as 1000 hogs and, I can tell you something, it’s very rare to find a sow that has more than 6 babies in it. I’ve had one that has 7 babies in it and I mean that I’ve seen a lot of them. So, when you hear the stories about people saying that they have 8-10-12 babies, I kind of question that but they do have lots of litters. A cool thing about a feral hog: they get big fast and within a year or if they have enough nutrition, they’re going to be 100lbs. I mean, they’re going to be 100lbs and that’s a lot of meat to put on the ground. Many areas, there’s no limit on hogs. You have to have a hunting license in most places but it’s not a game animal so you don’t really, in Texas where I live, you don’t even have to have a big game license. It’s just a non-game license. Hogs range anywhere from Texas all the way up to Oklahoma. They’re in Kansas, Missouri, some places in Ohio now have them. I’ve heard places in Michigan have them. I say there’s two different kinds of places: places that have them and places that soon have them. So, feral hogs are a nuisance in many areas. A lot of people hate them but hunters that I know, they love them because we love to hunt them and we love to eat them. As far as the best time of the year to hunt them, I like hunting hogs when there’s not a lot of natural forage for them. So, late in the winter, when the fields have already been picked and the hogs and the deer and everything else has pretty much eaten the grain out of the field and there’s not a lot of greenery out there, that’s the best time I like to hunt them.

A hog has got pretty decent ears. He’s got pretty decent eyes. He can see movement but he’s got an unbelievable nose and it’s for that reason that, if you’re going to be a hog hunter, you better be concerned about your scent because I promise you, you may be able to get away with a white tail maybe smelling you a little bit and then coming back but I can promise you, if a hog smells you, he’s not coming back. A hog, for whatever reason, I mean they can put their nose in the most awful smelling stuff and they can still smell a human being. So, do everything you can to reduce human odor and hunt with the wind in your face. Always, if you can do that, that’s a good tip.

If you’re going to hunt hogs, I want to encourage you to respect them. Hogs are smart. If you pressure them too hard, I talked about if they smell you, you’re not going to get a second chance but if you pressure them, if they know you’re there, you’re not going to get a second chance. So you need to be quiet , you need to move slowly, good camouflage, I like to wear that but the deal is, about a hog, when people pressure them too much, they become nocturnal and hogs love coming out at night but, hey, where are most hunters at night? They are at home in bed. Ok? It’s for that reason that we get this night vision or thermal vision equipment and we have been extremely effective because, now, when the hogs are coming out to do their destruction at night time, feed around all these fields or move around, that’s when we come in and we do it with this night vision/ thermal vision equipment and it’s absolutely phenomenal.

Let’s talk about shot placement. Shot placement on a hog is something that, I don’t think , anybody wants to wound an animal and a hog is built like a little tank. The very front end of a hog, I mean the front end of the hog is deep because of the chest and the hog basically has no neck. The back end, the butt end, is kind of small. Well, the sweet spot, where you want to shoot the hog, is the chest, up high and up in the heart area. I think too many people wind up shooting them too far back like a white-tailed deer. So, you want to shoot them kind of forward and I like shooting them a bit low compared to a white-tailed deer because that way I can put it in the heart. I like to make a shot, especially, with an arrow What I wind up doing, I like to get a broadside shot. I don’t like shooting one that’s facing me, with an arrow. I want to get a broadside shot so I can go straight through it. Many times I’ll wait until it opens up, like this, with one leg, so I can get past that shield on one side and put an arrow through it. As far as mechanical or fixed blade broadheads, I mean, it’s a preference for me. Some people prefer one over the other. Shop placement is everything. Let’s see what else. If you’re a rifle hunter, on a feral hog, the best place I like to shoot them is right between the eyes or right into the base of the ear. When you do that, there is no tracking, they go down instantly.

Let’s talk about effective range and how far you ought to be when you hunt hogs or when you hunt any animal. First off, I want to encourage you to become very proficient with whatever you’re shooting, whether it is a bow, a handgun, or a long gun. Become knowledgeable about what your limitations are and also what your equipment’s limitations are. All too many times you’ll see videos online or you’ll go on tv and you’ll see these guys making long distance shots and they do so very effectively and it makes it look easy. It’s not easy. Those guys, that are doing that, spend a lot of time becoming very good at it and, so, don’t think you, as a beginner or even a novice, can reach out there and do that kind of stuff because the last thing you want to do is wound an animal. If you’ve never done that, it’s a bad feeling, it’s a sick feeling. So, what I would encourage you to do is make sure and pay attention to their nose, their eyes, and their ears and you want to get as close as you can, ok, if you can. As a bow hunter, I like to get 20-30 yards just because at 20-30 yards, I know I can hit a very small target. With a rifle, I encourage people, if you’re shooting a small target, you’re shooting at the base of the ear, you’re shooting in between the eyes to drop him instantly, I mean, get close. So, you want to respect their sense and you want to get close. So, I’d encourage you, don’t take long distance shots at stuff unless you have to, unless you’re prepared, you know what you’re capable of and you know what your equipment is capable of.

America is Unique in the Field of Hunting

The wildlife conservation system, science-based wildlife management and support mechanisms in the United States are unparalleled in the world.

The United States of America is a country with an area of ​​9.5 million square kilometers, home to 325 million people.

The United States has a federal form of structure and is administratively divided into 50 states and one Federal District of Columbia.

What is the uniqueness of this country in the field of hunting?

Here, each state has its own body responsible for both the state of the wildlife and the hunters living in the country. Read More