Monday, August 29, 2016

Ethics

The need for an ethical code of conduct for hunters is rooted in the historical redefinition of hunting from a common source of food to a form of recreation. As hunting became less universal and people became detached from the process of obtaining meat, the necessity of hunting to survive…

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Wetlands

The term "wetland" is used in the sense defined in the text of the Ramsar Convention. Thus, wetlands are "areas of marsh, fen, peatland or water, whether natural or artificial, permanent or temporary, with water that is static or flowing, fresh, brackish or salt, including areas of marine water the…

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Ducks

  Black Duck Blue-winged Teal Bufflehead Canvasback Cinnamon Teal Common Merganser Fulvous Whistling-Duck Gadwall Greater Scaup Green-winged Teal Lesser Scaup Mallard Mottled Duck Northern Shoveler Pintail Redhead Wigeon   Black Duck The black duck is notorious for being one of the smartest of all ducks. It is often very hard…

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Hunters change through the years. Factors used to determine "successful hunting" change as well for each hunter. A hunter's age, role models, and his years of hunting experience affect his ideas of "success." Many hunters may fit into one of the following five groups. In 1975-1980, groups of over 1,000 hunters in Wisconsin were studied, surveyed, and written about by Professors Robert Jackson and Robert Norton, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. The results of their studies form a widely accepted theory of hunter behavior and development. Where are you now? Where would you like to be?

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  • About Hunting

    THE LAND ETHIC "All ethics so far evolved rest upon a single premise: that the individual is a member of a community of interdependent parts... The land ethic simply enlarges…

  • Gazelles

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  • Fresh Water

    Inland fisheries is mainly practiced in Iraq, Egypt, Syria and Sudan as well as other Arab countries. The inland fresh water made up of natural lakes; dams and reservoirs, rivers…

  • Falconry

    The training of hawks affords much scope for judgment, experience and skill on the part of the falconer, who must carefully observe the temper and disposition as well as the…