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Richard Ahlstrand of Auburn Massachusetts was criminally charged by local police after he shot a black bear that was eating bird seed in his backyard.
If you are like most of the whitetail freaks out there, you have started thinking food plots. It happens every year, the spring thaw comes and deer property managers start thinking about what to plant for the deer. Note; I said “for the deer”, not “for the deer hunter.” Let me explain.
Over the past few years I’ve noticed an increase in the use of fall attractant annual food plot products. Seems like every seed manufacturer has come up with a new whiz-bang seed mix to attract whitetails to a hunting plot and everybody is planting them. The trouble is, some of them are just that, fall attractants. They are planted in late summer to early fall, grow a couple of months, and die. They are one-year wonders; feeding deer just when they need it least. By fall, fawns are grown and weaned, antlers are formed, and the countryside is covered up with foods. [ Read Full Post ]
Citing that hunters can’t be called “normal” because they “feel pleasure when they kill animals” and that hunting is unnecessary and immoral, MP Oleg Mikheyev of the center-left Fair Russia parliamentary party has entered a draft law for preliminary discussion that will ban hunting.
Mikheyev’s proposed law would ban hunting by anyone other than indigenous peoples in remote regions and certified rangers. In a press interview with the RT, Mikheyev pontificated, “What many people call hunting now is more of a cruel killing that has nothing in common with the ancient art of fair competition between a man and a beast.” [ Read Full Post ]
Washington wildlife officials recently received a $6,000 check from a Montana man only known as "Roy." The man had apparently illegally hunted deer in Washington between 1967 and 1970, and finally his conscience caught up to him.
The man was "burdened with guilt" and called the wildlife agency a few weeks back to explain what he had done so many years ago, according to the Spokesman.
This from the Digital Journal: "Capt. Richard Mann in Yakima told the man that penalties back in the late 1960s were $250; today the same offense is about $2,000. [ Read Full Post ]
Long known as the playground for the rich and famous, the United Arab Emirates is about to add another group to its impressive list of tourists: hunters.
This September the Barari Hunting Resort will open to hunters seeking to take oryx, gazelle, and deer. Hunters will also have the possibility of taking certain bird species. The resort is actually located near Al-Ain, the second largest city in the capital Abu Dhabi, and is owned by the Abu-Dhabi based Mourouj Hotels and Resorts. [ Read Full Post ]
Until recently, the field of dedicated dangerous-game rifles was pretty narrow. Classic British doubles have always been in demand, even when they weren’t in production, and their prices were (and are) extremely high. The only other option was a bolt-action, but even the best hand with a bolt rifle couldn’t match the second-shot speed of a double.
On a recent hunt with Namibian PH Cornie Coetzee, I was impressed by the rig he carried—a gun that serves as his last line of defense against elephants, buffalo, leopards, and lions. Part high-tech bolt gun, part tactical rifle, Cornie’s Blaser updates the concept of the dangerous-game gun. [ Read Full Post ]
Some of the brown bears of Russia’s Kronotsky Nature Reserve, a Unesco World Heritage site, have developed quite the huffing addiction. It seems that the bears have learned to sniff fumes from discarded kerosene and gasoline containers. Witnesses say the bears inhale from the spent barrels for several minutes before zonking out in a “nirvana” position. [ Read Full Post ]