In Ryazan stud

My dog ​​drathaar Donna eighth year. This summer, it worked well in the field, only received four diplomas with a reception, three of them in the competition. Last diploma obtained in Beloomut interbreed team competition on July 15 when the heat of about 30 degrees. And then was the discovery of hunting, where she showed true skill. Within two weeks of hunting we had produced twenty-two corncrake, nine snipe, snipe, and three more than three dozen quail. And this despite the fact that my car was laid up, and health is poor. Well, there are friends, and managed to get in the Read more [...]
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Mass Mor earthworms in Cincinnati

on 2 June. Recent heavy rains and breeding season is considered to be the main causes of death of earthworms in Ohio, Tri-State.On Thursday morning, residents observed an unusual sight - thousands of dead earthworms, lying on the sidewalks and porches. Question from Rick West Chester. WLWT received the first notice of the problem from Rick from West Chester (West Chester). \"I think it started somewhere yesterday afternoon, because I think I saw them yesterday morning,\" wrote Rick. Shortly after e-mail Rick, Brian Hamrick a reporter for WLWT, began to photograph thousands of worms covering Read more [...]
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Seasonal cycles

Seasonal movements. These include birds flying, elk migrations, reindeer and saiga. Animals move for different reasons: to nesting or calving, in search of food places, in order to survive the unfavorable season. Hunting small game during the seasonal migration is the basis of hunting (as a sport and fishing) in many parts of the country. Especially noticeable is usually spring animal movements that take place in a shorter time. Autumn migration is not so obvious, but experienced hunters and should not be ignored. In addition to flights and mass migrations over long distances, the beasts and Read more [...]
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Francolin

Francolin (Francolinus francolinus) somewhat larger in size partridge, its weight ranges from 400 to 500, francolin quite cautious bird. Francolin habits like pheasants, presenting as a connecting form between the latter and partridges. As land bird, francolin well run. When approaching danger francolin first runs along the ground, and then takes off with the noise "candle" up, fly, flies to frequent his wings horizontally, then planning, lands in the bushes and running again. On the move francolin usually cranes his neck, and often moves his head. Plumage coloration of male black Read more [...]
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