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Wolf hunting as a hobby (part II)

In this post, I would like to explain more about the process of hunting according to what my dad has explained to me.

If the hunters are lucky enough, two or three wolves are dispatched as a result of a collaborative work. 270 more words


Wolf hunting as a hobby (part I)

Kazakhstan is a paradise for hunters, where almost all types of hunting exist thanks to its location and climate. However, wolf hunting is the most common, and it is my dad’s hobby for many years (15 wolves in his personal record). 271 more words


It's all carefully crafted propaganda to make the wolf look bad.

As with any cause, a biased or misleading view can be used to promote, to publicize a particular political cause or point of view. Here we have several anti-wolf politicians making claims to distort the public’ veiw of wolves; wolves are decimating the White-tailed deer herds, attacking livestock and killing hunting dogs. 1,027 more words


Need a Do-Over With Your Shot?

It’s rare for any hunter to walk away from a field or reflect on a hunt and not think about whether a shot could have been better.  517 more words

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Long-Range Shooting For Coyote & Other Varmits

Much of the excitement of hunting coyotes comes from calling them close, but predators are wary by nature, especially when they’ve been called to, and shot at, before. 747 more words

Wawang Lake Resort

Wolf Hunting in Montana and Yellowstone National Park

The Montana Fish and Wildlife Board is considering a change to the current quota of wolves allowed to be hunted per year in the hunting district that includes Yellowstone National Park. 406 more words


Hunting Wolves Near Parks Greatly Decreases Wolf Sightings

Science Daily has a story on how allowing hunting outside National Parks has greatly decreased wolf viewing within the parks. They report

Visitors to Denali National Park and Preserve and Yellowstone National Park were twice as likely to see a wolf when hunting wasn’t permitted adjacent to the parks, a new study finds.

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