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Mallard Duck (Anseriformes)

Artikel auf Deutsch lesen Order: Anseriformes (Anseriformes) Family: Ducks (Anatidae) Subfamily: Anatinae Tribus: Dabbling ducks (Anatini) Genus: Actual ducks (Anas) Type: Mallard Appearance: The breeding plumage of the drake is gray with a brown breast, brownish black back and upper and lower tail coverts. The head is a metallic green with a white collar below the…

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Stock Ente (Anseriformes)

Ordnung: Gänsevögel (Anseriformes) Familie: Entenvögel (Anatidae) Unterfamilie: Anatinae Tribus: Schwimmenten (Anatini) Gattung: Eigentliche Enten (Anas) Art: Stockente Aussehen: Das Prachtkleid des Erpel  ist grau mit brauner Brust, bräunlichem Rücken und schwarzen Ober- und Unterschwanzdecken. Der Kopf ist metallisch grün mit weißem Hals Ring darunter, der Schnabel grün-gelb. Am Hinter Rand der Flügel befindet sich ein metallisch blaues, weiß gesäumtes Band,…

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Wild Boar (Sus Scrofa)

By Chris Norris Phylum – Chordate – Vertebrae Class – Mammalia – Mammals Order – Artiodactyla – Even Toed Ungulates Family – Suidae – Pigs Genus – Sus – Eurasian Pigs Species – S. Scrofa – Wild Boar Figure 1 “Photo” A Wild Boar in it’s natural environment. The Wild Boar (Sus scrofa) also known as the wild pig, is a…

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European Mouflon (Ovis aries orientalis)

By Mathew Cervantes, WJ Board of Directors m.cervantes@wildjaeger.com Figure 1 “Photo” a Mouflon Ram and his two Ewes in the wild. Mouflon are the big horn sheep of Europe. Although Mouflon are exported around the world as “exotics” from Hawaii to Texas, they originated in Asia Minor before being hunted to near extinction in southern…

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Bowhunting in Hungary

By Peter Hochstein Although the Hungarian nation is traditionally an archery-nation, modern archery hunting is only 13 years old in our country. Only 5-10% of the Hungarian hunters use a bow for hunting purposes, which is no more than 3,000-5,000 people. If you want to hunt with a bow, in addition to the hunting license,…

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Roe Deer (Capreolus capreolus)

Roe Deer (called Reh in German) are the most common deer in Europe.  They prefer small clearings in forests. In the non-hunted season, they will appear in meadows in broad daylight, but retreat to the forests when the first shots of the season are heard. When startled, a Roe will paw the ground, releasing scent…

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Red Stag (Cervus Elaphus)

Red Stag (Cervus Elaphus) Figure 1 “Photo” A Red Stag in it’s natural environment in Germany. A close cousin of the Wapiti or American Elk, Russian Maral, and Sika. Red deer have been exported around the world as “Exotics” from New Zealand to Missouri. They originated in Europe. There are large populations across the globe.…

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Muntjac (Muntiacus Reevesi)

Muntjac  (Muntiacus Reevesi) Figure 1″Photo” A beautiful Muntjac A common name for the Muntjac is “Barking Deer “. This comes from the repeated loud bark given when alarmed or as communication between adults. Adult body weight ranges from 10 kg to 18 kg. Bucks (adult male) being slightly larger than Does (adult female), but larger…

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Hunting in Denmark (Rifle, Shotgun, or Bow)

By WILD Jaeger Pro Staff (Denmark) Rasmus Andersen In Denmark, it’s possible to come visit the country as a Foreigner and go hunting. You can hunt private land with permission of the land owner or you can rent the hunting rights on a specific piece of property or buy an arranged hunt on government land. But…