HUNTERS-so called people with a gun, or other tools of production, the purpose of which is to get the beast. The modern hunter bears little resemblance to the hunter of half a century ago. Why, a half-century old, modern hunter is not the same as he was even ten years ago.
It is difficult to imagine a modern hunter without ubiquitous gadgets such as navigators, power banks, action cameras, day sights of variable multiplicity, night complexes and thermal imaging sights, and other equipment and tools that make our life easier. Continue reading
Rabies is a disease of animals and people caused by a virus and is a deadly danger. People most often become infected by it after the bite of diseased animals.
In natural foci, foxes, raccoon dogs, wolves, and bats get sick first of all. Dogs, cats and farm animals are infected from them, forming urban and rural foci. Infection of domestic animals usually occurs when they are in direct contact with sick representatives of wild fauna and neglected dogs and cats. People and Pets are infected through a bite or when saliva from a sick animal gets on the damaged surface of the skin. Continue reading
Recently, we often hear that it is not ethical, morally low, and generally blasphemous to make stuffed animals from harvested wild animals. This question is among the questions about the prohibition of hunting in General as such. These postulates are deduced by people, as a rule, urban, forgetting that at present hunting is the only source of food for small peoples, including in Russia. For this purpose, there are even special privileges and privileges for these peoples in the field of hunting.
To understand the essence of contradictions, let’s touch on a little history. Translated from Latin, taxidermy literally means “skin treatment”. However, in the modern concept of taxidermy, this is just one of the stages in the manufacture of stuffed animals. Continue reading