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Wild Game Back Strap Recipe

Griffins Guide posted a video for a recipe that looks good.

Heston, Kansas Shooting

A woman gave the shooter the guns to do the shooting.  Granit, I am sure most people do not just give others gone with prior knowledge of a shooting but there needs to be harsher sentencing for straw purchasing or gifting guns to people.  I know that is standard practice but it seems like it’s easier to gift a gun than transfer ownership of a car. All gun transactions should be required to go through a licensed dealer.  In a case like this a shooting could have been prevented given his past history of domestic violence.  It will not solve all shootings but it would be a start and make people more accountable for whom they are selling guns, gifting or doing a straw purchase with.  


West African Black Rhinos. Extinct?!

The West African Black Rhinos are extinct.  Or at least as far as science knows. Which, in this day and age is sad that a species could not be saved.  Poaching was a leading factor. But there areal ways other factories that help with the decline of a species such as low birth rates, economic factors and various other factors.  Some hunting outfitters in Africa charge quite a high price for a rhino.  From what I remember they I’d not go after black rhinos but some outfitters charge 60,000 just to tranquilize one and have a photo with it and charge double that to actually take it as a prize.  As long as there are conservation efforts in place to protect them that would be ok.  The problem comes down to game wardens in those areas and lack of money.  If there was more money to go around for conservation they could have been able to help them rebound.  Maybe if they would have been more cute and cuddly like a panda people might have cared more. 


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In Pursuit of Kansas Whitetails

Movement caught my eye a hundred yards to the North as a feeding deer materialized through the tree limbs and brush. The buck raised his head and my heart skipped a beat. It was the big nine. I slowly reached for my bow as the big buck continued to feed,


A Few Ways To Prepare For The Off Season

By Nathan Unger As deer season comes to an end it’s easy to sit back turn the television on and watch a show by the crackling fire, kind of like I am right now. However, there are still tasks to be finished and things you can start to prepare for next season! 1.) Collect Your […]


Taxidermy at Chicago Field Muesum

 These are some of the taxidermy exhibits at the Chicago field museum.  
The lions that were hunted in Africa by a British bridge builder. The movie The Ghost and The Darknss was about this event.
  A baby mammoth found somewhere in Russia/China. They made a special on Tv on the discovery channel.  If I remember correctly it was found by a hunter.