Unless they have watched Marty Stouffer movies or actually spent time in the outdoors observing nature, most people don't actually understand the brutality of it. This is why people would question the hunters who killed the wolf in self defense. In their limited scope of understanding, the wolf is a elegant spiritual creature, not one that would rip a man to threads and eat his innards without a second thought.
There are those that eat their young and not all animals are cute and cuddlely.
Marty Stouffer...brutal scenes in his movies? I must have missed those documentaries or blocked them out of my memory because I don't recall any of his documentaries showing brutality. There again, I didn't see every one of the shows but I did see a lot of them. The only aspect of his shows that is brutal is the fact he stage some of the video shots of the animals.
Some animals eat their young, middle aged and old members. I know I'm hung up on hogs but there was a documtary about hogs on the other week. They talked about their rapid expansion across the US. Also they talked about a sow who succombed to her mates and was eaten by all the hogs in the area. Now that is brutal.
I haven't seen any of his movies either. I just keep seeing a commercial for a dvd set of his that advertises the brutality of nature. Shows crocs eating animals, other animals fighting and so on.
Ever watch someone shoot a turkey with a bow and drop it right in the spot it was shot? If there are other turkeys around they will jump on the shot turkey and start kicking its butt.
i read the article about the trophy pronghorn and it was pretty funny. The hunter said he shot the buck and another buck came over and looked at it. seeing it was dead he took the other buck's does and headed off. Only the strong survive in nature.
Perhaps I missed if this all took place on on his hunting land, but assuming it was, then why the heck didn't he sneak up for a shot on the big 8 or 9 that was doing the goring? That would be a pretty unique experience to see either way, but that is some crazy aggressive behavior being displayed for a buck to do that.
In archery, repetitiveness is EVERYTHING.Same anchor point, same release action, same grip on the bow, same follow through... it all comes down to the N'th degree of "little" things making the final result of accuracy achievable.I made a test recently - I have two bows that I am going to hunt with this year - an older PSE and a new Bear.I have a set of arrows for each bow that are different in length.I have been shooting quite a bit and my groups are getting better - I have been out of...