The red deer, the raisin, and the maral are animals whose image has come down to us from ancient times on the rock paintings of primitive people. Of course, hunting is the only way a person could survive. The successful outcome of this hunt brought the opportunity to be fed to the whole tribe for many days. And if the hunter missed, in a rare case, he remained alive and well. With great strength, a wounded maral can injure or even kill more than one person. Ancient people believed that the souls of animals, as well as the souls of people can live after death. Among the tribes of Europe and Asia, the deer was considered the most revered animal, which may be why the ancient totem cult equated this duel between man and deer. Continue reading
Musk deer is not a very large animal, representing the family of musk deer. Literally translated from Greek-carrying musk. With a body length of up to one meter, its weight reaches eighteen to twenty kilograms. Outwardly, they are very similar to deer, differing primarily in the seven-to nine-centimeter canines inherent in adult males. They have a very thick coat of brown or brown color with light gray spots. They live on the slopes of mountains covered with coniferous forests, choosing high altitudes relative to sea level (from six hundred meters to three kilometers). They live mostly singly settled, occupying an area of ten to thirty hectares.
All hunters who are interested in these animals should take into account that the musk deer is very fast and moving away from danger at full speed can change the direction of its movement by ninety degrees.
In addition, it is very Jumpy and not bad obfuscates tracks. Therefore, it will be very difficult to catch up with it. Continue reading
Currently, in the field of hunting and hunting in Russia, the main problems are the strengthening of hunting supervision and control and the need to reduce the number of wolves. This paper is devoted to solving the first problem.
The uniqueness of the book is that hunting supervision and control is carried out for decades, and there are practically no manuals for training inspectors. To date, there have been no comprehensive scientific and methodological studies on this issue. Continue reading