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pexels-photo-802412.jpeg?auto=compress&cs=tinysrgb&h=750&w=1260&profile=RESIZE_710xFrancis Seura

Especially when traveling for ecotourism and/or adventure (or also for attending events), a good set of binoculars is a boon - an not infrequently even a necessity. Gеnеrаllу ѕреаkіng, there are five categories that any nеwсоmеr to орtісѕ ѕhоuld bе аwаrе оf. They оvеrlар but аlѕо dіffеr in vаrіоuѕ wауѕ bесаuѕе they're designed fоr a vаrіеtу оf рurроѕеѕ. In this post I will highlight three саtеgоrіеѕ and whаt thе kеу features are that уоu ѕhоuld bе looking fоr whеn buying thе best

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Knowing Geese Guide for Hunters


They come in and over in flocks that the average waterfowler only dreams of. They are young, mostly birds of the year. They are, frankly, quite stupid. By the time they get to Mexico, they'll be smart; right now, they're trusting. You and your partner are the first to have a go at them. You've sacrificed a lot to be here. It's the trip of a lifetime.

Hunting Geese Guide


Hunting geese on the Canadian tundra—the treeless plain of the North, the area where the growing season is so short that only the

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Hunting Diver Duck

If I could give a color to diver-duck shooting, and I can because I'm writing this hunting diver ducks tips and guide, I'd color it blue.

Blue is the color of the bill of the most popular diver ducks since the canvasback and redhead started to go the route of the bison, the whooping crane and 32 cents a gallon gas. These are the ducks I want on the pin of my rifle scope to hit.


Understanding Diver Duck Nature

I'm talking about bluebills (lesser scaup) and broadbills (greater scaup). These two speci

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The current global uproar over the brutal slaughter of Cecil the Lion in Zimbabwe brought back vivid memories of my visit to a Namibia taxidermist several years ago. Cecil's killing is far from an isolated case... 

The last thing one expects to see while driving along a road connecting Namibia's capital Windhoek and its airport is a lifesize, pink-and-purple elefant alongside the road. Is it art? Advertising? A little further along is another imposing sign, this time with the words “Taxidermy

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Traveling Your Conscience

I promise not to step up on a soapbox here, but, if you're a traveler or travel professional, I've been wondering how you handle traveling to places that have political or policy environments that go against your conscience. Brutal political regimes where human rights are a rare commodity are perhaps the most obvious examples, but what about states, provinces, etc. in your own country that have enacted laws or policies that go against your values.For example, I suspect many of you who are readin
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ADAIRSVILLE, GA— One of the few resorts in the country offering an onsite wing shooting, hunting and fly fishing program, Barnsley Gardens Resort reopens its sporting program and hunting plantation as The Shooting Grounds at Barnsley Gardens Resort this October. A full-service outfitter, The Shooting Grounds at Barnsley Gardens Resort includes a new Gun Club, horse-mounted hunts, a 17-station clay shooting course, 2,200-acre Springbank Plantation, fly fishing and corporate sporting packages.“We
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