Today, you can’t legally go hunting in China. A century ago, however, things were different, and you can find testimony on pages of old books. Here we reproduce a few extracts from one such book, “Fur and Feather in Northern China” by Arthur de Carle Sowerby, F.R.G.S., published in 1914. Bats, admittedly, are mentioned only in passing, but we hope you’ll enjoy the stories about wild sheep, wapiti, and antelope.Continue reading
Tag: sheep and goat hunting
Is There Such a Thing as an Over-the-Counter Sheep Hunt that Won’t Break the Bank?
Are there sheep hunting options for those Americans who weren’t lucky with the draw and can’t pay six figures for a governor’s tag?Continue reading
To the Roots of Mountain Hunting: Part II
Frank Zitz had his reservations before going Ibex hunting with Hunting&Conservation Alliance of Tajikistan. It proved to be a fantastic trip, with great hospitality, professional team, outstanding insights into local culture, and above all great hunting, with healthy herd of mountain game ensured by trophy hunting funded conservation.Continue reading
To the Roots of Mountain Hunting: Americans in the mountains of Tajikistan
What can an American hunter discover on an Ibex hunt in Tajikistan? Can a female huntress expect problems in a Muslim country? How does trophy hunting contribute to a healthy herd of Ibex, Marco Polo Sheep, Snow Leopards, and other fauna of Tajikistan? This is how three American hunters who came to Tajikistan in 2017 answer these questions.Continue reading