It is widely believed that hares are not strong on a wound. Perhaps this is true for the autumn, not yet dressed in winter thick hare fur. But even not faded wounded animals can sometimes go a considerable distance. There are cases when a mortally wounded rook ran several tens of meters before falling. With a lighter wound, the chased hare stubbornly leaves and can completely get lost in the more often. Therefore, you should always peel the shot hare and look for drops of blood. But without a dog, the wounded animal is best left alone for a while, allowing him to calm down and lie down.
All of this comes down to the need recognized by most hunters for the need for a strong shot at a hare in order to save both himself and him from unnecessary torment. Despite the variety of rifles (12th or 16th caliber) of shells, the most suitable for rabbit hunting, according to some, are trunks with full chokes (among other requirements Continue reading
Satisfying the basic needs of man, the hunt was invariably fulfilled for him and with a special charm – unpredictability, risk, the possibility of self-affirmation. Ceasing to be, over time, the main way to get food, overgrown with traditions, complicated by numerous tricks, it more and more attracted people to their leisure hours, drawing non-professionals into their magical networks and acquiring, thanks to them, features of sportiness and pure excitement. However, it was precisely these sides of it that have long coexisted with the prose of unauthorized fishing, which pleased the earner except for a carcass that was ready for use, and successfully survived it. And in ancient times there were no less ways of “active” hunting than “passive”.
One of the known from ancient times and survived to the present day amateur hunting of hares is their Continue reading
More complex measures, for the most part complex, require farming in a Rusak. The development by this hare of previously uncharacteristic forest lands is a kind of reaction to the intensification of agriculture in its indigenous steppe habitats. Adaptation to life in an intensively used agricultural landscape cost this species dearly — a reduction in numbers due to the very high mortality of young animals, as well as their adult population. Therefore, the winter well-being of its populations alone cannot be revived.
Doing housekeeping in our country is advisable only if there is a certain average level of density of its population, and in those areas of Central Russia where open areas comprise at least half of the area. The denser the settlement, the cheaper the cost of a biotechnological complex (including improving the quality of Continue reading