Hunting Wildlife

Hunting Wildlife

Hunting is the practice of killing or trapping any animal, or pursuing or tracking it with the intent of doing so. Hunting wildlife or feral animals is most commonly done by humans for food, recreation, to remove predators that are dangerous to humans or domestic animals, or for trade. Lawful hunting is distinguished from poaching, which is the illegal killing, trapping or capture of the hunted species. The species that are hunted are referred to as game or prey and are usually mammals and birds.

Disgusting Video Proves Why You Should Always Inspect Venison Before You Eat It


How bad would the reaction be if you were to eat venison like this? This venison quarter has a nasty green ooze sliming out of it, and we’re pretty sure it’s not going to be good to eat. Witness this disgusting video and you’ll see what we mean. Disgusting Deer Cyst WARNING: Not for the squeamish 🤢🤢

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Massive 633-Pound Black Bear Taken in North Carolina

Carolina Sportsman
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This hunter bagged a giant 633-pound black bear, a bear so big that he intentionally designed his hunt for easily getting the bruin out of the woods. Knowing a certain giant 633-pound black bear’s routine helped Michael Carawan bag the largest bear of his life, and also made its retrieval a relatively easy job. Carawan, of

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6 Unbelievable Venison Tenderloin Recipes

The Living Alaska Project

Venison tenderloin: it’s what’s for dinner. While many hunters enjoy processing their meat into jerky, we immediately turn to the tenderloin (one of the most tender cuts of meat) to celebrate a successful hunt (and holidays, too, I guess). The perfect venison recipe varies by household, but these six are an excellent sampling of what we’ll

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Nugent: Happy Deerhunting Birthday to Me

ted nugent deer hunting blog

A Day That Will Live in Infamy (for Me) December 13, 1948, was also a day that will live in infamy. Well, at least for me it will. For on that sacred, special date in the blowing cold winter blizzard of Detroit, Michigan, early in the morning just about dark thirty, right on time to head into the post-rut deerwoods before dawn, young whippersnapper Nuge came charging out like a […]

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What Moonshine Means to America from the Eyes of 2 Modern-Day Moonshiners


Moonshine might have a glamorous outlaw reputation, but to the families of Appalachia who made their own ‘shine, it meant so much more. For all of the ways moonshine has impacted America, few will point to its economic power in the Great Smoky Mountains. However, if there’s one way that families in the deep forests

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It’s Not Too Late (Tips For Late Season Hunting)

Unfortunately, it’s the time of year when many hunters start hanging up their gear for the season. Maybe they have already harvested game or are tired of trying to do so. Perhaps they are just not interested in being afield during bitterly cold weather, gale force winds and deep snow. Whatever the case may be, that hunting gear …

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