reilz81 wrote:im a vegetarian but i like the way the native americans go about hunting i dont know how the druids of old did it but the native americans would hunt and kill what they needed and use all of the beast not just the rump and through the rest away it can all be useful then its not such a waste imo
Arth Frown wrote:I hunt for conservation reasons, mainly squirrels or rabbits. Squirrels strip bark off trees and eat birds eggs and rabbits eat saplings which can prohibited natural regeneration of woodland. It's a horrible killing seeing them twitch, but it something that needs doing. I give there bodies to the foxes and badgers.
mantis wrote:Wild food,gets a better life in most cases than any farm grown stock.Wild food is also healthy for you,because of movement(freedom to roam).
"The people began to make weapons such as bows and arrows, knives, blowguns, spears, and hooks in order to kill animals, birds, and fish for their flesh or skins. And this was alright as long as the people followed the natural laws of Creation by respectfully informing the animals of their intentions, asking permission from the animal spirits, killing only when necessary for survival, using every part of what was received, and always giving thanks by making an offering (of tobacco) to the animal's spirit."
mantis wrote:Me and my kids are lovers of wild fare,I know know different really.My wifes a veggie(but does cook and prepare).
When we first met,she was very anti,so I did some PR work with her.First by showing the crop damage caused by rabbit and pigeon.Then I took her ferreting!She was first impressed by the teamwork of dog and ferret,and the enjoyment they got from there work.She also surprised how quick the rabbits were dispatched.Not everyones cuppa,but it needs to be done.She is still a veggie but an understanding one.She has been rat hunting by accident,and could see the excitement of it but wasn't impressed with rats flying over her feet.
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