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Hunters And Their Wild Harvest

Hunters And Their Wild Harvest

For most of human history, and before large-scale farming, wild game made up a large portion of mankind’s diet. Until about 10,000 years ago, domesticated animals did not exist and, throughout the preceding millennia, our ancestors had but one option to obtain essential proteins: They had to hunt wild animals. Meat from wild game provided the proteins that made us human.READ MORE

When Is It Time To Stop? - Peter Flack

When Is It Time To Stop?

I know no-one likes to think about it but, inevitably, we will all stop hunting sometime, either voluntarily or involuntarily. There are so many involuntary reasons I don’t want to even try and write about them but what about the voluntary reasons, the ones within your control?READ MORE

Keeping It Real With Lion In Niassa

Keeping It Real With Lion In Niassa

Let’s start with the first requirement of a successful lion hunt. You quickly need to master the art of both the “tsetse roll” and the “tsetse swot”. These are the only ways of permanently annihilating those unpleasant creatures that will drive you mad, whilst meandering in the October heat of Mozambique’s bush country.READ MORE