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Conservation News: Condor, Ferrets, and Prairie-Chicken

Condors Reach a New Milestone of Survival

California condors, which once inhabited majority of the southern and western half of the United States as well as western Canada and northern Mexico, were on the brink of extinction by the 1980s. 1,893 more words


British Shooting is a social sport

British shooting is renowned for its great sportsmanship and social interaction between the Guns.

Convivial conversation and banter is enjoyed during all the breaks, in the Gun’s Wagon and over the luncheon or dinner table. 50 more words

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Day Fifteen

Chop Gate to Blakey Ridge

Friday 22 July 2016


This morning after a pleasant breakfast we were driven back up to the path by Wolfgang, our publican for the night. 551 more words

Wainwright's Coast To Coast

How to solve a problem like Mr Packham?

Here at Siparium Sporting, we feel that the rather difficult issue of Chris Packham’s recent videos must be touched upon. In these videos, currently circulating around social media, he calls… 280 more words


Grouse Kebobs

Cubes of ruffed grouse breast skewered along with grape tomatoes, mushrooms and onion make for wonderful kebabs. No ruffies? You can also use other grouse, as well as duck, goose or wild turkey breast meat. 232 more words

Wawang Lake Resort

Baking Soda to Cover Your Scent

Baking soda, the same stuff that deodorizes the fridge and is the key to scent-control system before a hunt.

Take a soda shower.
The stuff can rub your skin raw if you use it straight, so mix a few tablespoons with some liquid no-scent soap.  183 more words

Wawang Lake Resort

Wynoochee Road Trip Summer 2016

13 July 2016 Road trip with my neighbor Greg and his dog Gertrude. We visited the Wynoochee dam, river, lake and walked to the Wynoochee Falls for the first time. 148 more words