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Hunting Mastery Selected Tips

Deer hunting is an interesting thing that reminds you of those golden old ages of 19th centuries, where a handsome hunk well equipped with all hunting material rides on horse searching for his target animal either for the purpose of displaying his masculine powers or for enticing and wooing his lady love.

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My First Deer Hunting Adventure

This eBook guide teaches you everything that you need to know about hunting deer in any environment, no matter what your skill level. You will learn valuable information, such as the fact that bucks rarely run with the pack and how herds of deer move and how to find the signs of a moving herd. You will learn how to find yourself in the woods if you get lost, and find out how to scout in such a way that does not ruin your chances of finding any deer or scaring them off. This guide is designed to get rid of the frustrations of not being able to find any deer, and address any problems you may have with the way that you hunt. Once you absorb the information found in this guide, you will be equipped to hunt in every environment, and bag that buck that will be the envy of everyone who sees the pictures!

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Author: Johnathan Ragnar

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Highly Recommended

It is pricier than all the other ebooks out there, but it is produced by a true expert and is full of proven practical tips.

In addition to being effective and its great ease of use, this eBook makes worth every penny of its price.

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Kill It, Clean It, Cook It, Eat It Wild Game Hunting

Kill It, Clean It, Cook It, Eat It is a goldmine of surefire techniques of hunting, cleaning, and cooking a game in the most traditional and appropriate of ways. The writer of this book, Haley Heathman, has literally poured in all her knowledge of hunting and cleaning a game learned from her Hunting Guide hubby and all those hunters she had the privilege of meeting, and cooking learned from working side by side with renown chefs at her job as a Yacht Stewardess. The book contains 6 unique chapters related to the hunting, cleaning, and cooking of 6 unique wild game species found in North America. All of these chapters have been written in utter simplicity without trivializing the importance of the subject and the credibility of the matter explaining it. Because of this, even a novice hunter can educate himself on all the proven methods of hunting the 6 species differently and carrying out all the rest of the steps like a pro. But this book is not only intended for the beginners. The expert hunters can also learn a lot of things, for example cooking a game, in mere days. The benefits of Kill It, Clean It, Cook It, Eat It, are further increased and augmented by 3 unavoidable bonuses, containing a cookbook from Tanorria Askew, 4 audio DVDs of 4 interviews with expert hunters, and an audio transcript of those. For anyone who wants to live the American tradition of hunting and help revive it, this book is surely a goldmine of knowledge.

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Author: Haley Heathman
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Deer Hunting Secrets Exposed

This eBook guide from pro deer hunter Charlie Hicks gives you all of the tips and tricks that you need in order to bag the biggest buck of any season you've ever had. You no longer have to daydream about getting that amazing buck at last, showing him off to all your friends, and mounting the head on your wall to add to the hunting-lodge decor of your home. You are now able to get all of the pro tips from Charlie that you need in order to have a great hunting season and find bucks no matter what season it is or where you are. What scents you should use, where bucks can be found, what scouting methods you should use to find them All of this and more is covered in Deer Hunting Secrets: Exposed from Charlie Hicks. Start you dream hunt with this eBook!

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Author: Charlie Hicks
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Disasters Victims And Survivors

Field of shrubs and thickets spreads from one end of the crypt to the other. Beyond the bushland stands a small shallow lake. The sky above the lake is peppered with birds. An enormous grouping of shield-headed Protoceratops moves in a long column on the northern edge of the marsh. In the brush, small lizards and mammals dart here and there in aflash of movement. Rising dustfrom herds of anky-losaurs hidden by the thickets clouds the air of the oasis in places. From a high sand promontory at the edge of the oasis, two Velociraptor inspect the scene before them greedily. It will be a good hunting season.

Avimimus Struthioides Torture Bird

Broncosaurus Rex

The massively-horned head of Carnocornus would be a prized addition to any big-game hunter's trophy collection, so safaris to hunt these creatures down are becoming more common. They have some competition from pharmacists, however, for the material these horns are composed of is a powerful stimulant. When ground into powder and ingested, an ounce's worth of this material will provide a +1 enhancement bonus to Strength for 4d6 hours. A single horn is thus worth 1,200, and a normal pair 2,400.

The Greenland Mummies

Mummies can provide surprising insights when their special preservation is creatively exploited. Eight Inuit (Eskimo) bodies were discovered in two grave pits at Qilakitsoq, Greenland, in 1972.The two brothers who discovered the graves while hunting alerted the authorities, who did not excavate the site until 1977, when it was found to date from about 1475. Protected from the weather by their burial, the bodies had been largely preserved by the area's climate, which maintained them under low temperatures and low humidity effectively freeze-drying the bodies and all their many trappings, for they were buried fully clothed.

The Invitation

In January 1990, the first month of Mongolian democracy, a delegation of Mongolians visited the American Museum of Natural History to invite a scientific team to their country. Upon my return from a fossil-hunting trip to the Chilean Andes, I dispatched a message hand-carried by an oil geologist en route to Ulaan Baatar, the capital of the new democracy, to confirm details. (Despite the recent arrival of fax machines in Mongolia, a hand-carried letter is still the most reliable and often the fastest way to communicate with our distant colleagues.) The Mongolian Academy wanted us to come in March, now barely a month away. Because of the complexity of organizing such a trip, I suggested June instead, and asked for details on costs, schedule, and transportation.



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Confederate Presence

Broncosaurus Rex Settlements

Each of the three towns has a well-organized militia. Every man owns a Winchester rifle and keeps it at home when he is off-duty. For backup weapons, the rank-and-filers have short swords and knives, while junior officers carry long swords or scimitarlike curved swords as well as Colt .45 revolvers. The top militia commanders even boast laser swords, as they are the richest and most prominent men in their communities. Howzers, grenade launchers, and heavy machine guns are also present, though the three towns combined still have fewer of these than Fort Phil Kearny. Off-duty civilians use shotguns and shortbows (the latter with poison-tipped arrows) for hunting, while the richer community leaders have bronto guns or other heavy hunting rifles. There are rumors that civilian hunters have used their poisoned arrows not merely against the local animal life but also against intruding parties of Union infantry. This has yet to be confirmed, but it would certainly poison (no pun intended)...

Discovering TREX

Barnum Brown 1902

As Ralph learned, the discovery of T. rex began with a paperweight. The weight was a tubular piece of fossil bone that belonged to William T. Hornaday, the director of the New York Zoological Society, at the turn of the twentieth century. Unlike modern-day zoo directors, Hornaday liked to hunt. He went to eastern Montana to shoot the last woodland buffalo in Garfield County (in 1886) for the Smithsonian's collections (Hornaday's buffaloes are now in our museum in Bozeman). And he had collected his fossil paperweight while hunting deer in Garfield County in 1901, without the slightest idea of what animal it belonged to.