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Sportingbookworm
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Primorye - one part of Russia, where...
      #308483 - 29/11/17 04:26 PM

- Where do the biggest wild pigs on this planet live?

- Do Manchurian Sika Deer antlers have healing power?

- What bear in Russia is second only to Kamchatka bear in size?

- Where can you legally hunt a Hymalayan bear?

- Do Amur tigers imitate the bugle of Manchirian Wapiti to call a bull in?

- What are your chances to see an Amur tiger in the wild?

- And where the hell is Primorye?

7 amazing facts about an amazing part of Russia in this blog story...


https://blog.bookyourhunt.com/2017/11/09...about-primorye/

Edited by Sportingbookworm (29/11/17 04:27 PM)


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Re: Primorye - one part of Russia, where... [Re: Sportingbookworm]
      #308526 - 30/11/17 03:34 PM

thank you very much, this broaden the horizons

it was new for me that the himalayan bear living thus far north. hope he is not a part of traditional chinese medicine.

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Re: Primorye - one part of Russia, where... [Re: Sportingbookworm]
      #308528 - 30/11/17 07:03 PM

Thanks for the info. The boars are big.

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Re: Primorye - one part of Russia, where... [Re: Rule303]
      #308539 - 01/12/17 04:45 AM

Thank you!

The Chinese make medicine out of anything up to cave bat guano. Hymalayan bear ball gladder is valued for medical powers, but thankfully its price is nowhere near rhino horn, and generally doesn't justify the risk of poaching one. Or so I was told.

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Re: Primorye - one part of Russia, where... [Re: Sportingbookworm]
      #308560 - 01/12/17 03:50 PM

this guys use realy everything on feets exept tables

found this map on wikipedia showing the dispersal area of the asian black bear

Asian Black Bear (Ursus thibetanus) range (brown - extant, black - extinct, dark grey - presence uncertain)


and of course it was or is also in the chinese mainland. some kind of bear must be living there and this is not the european brown.
surprising the himalayan bear live in the south of iran, to my knowledge a absolute hot and deserted area.

seems the amur leopard is NOT a target of the yellow chemists but maybe the bones were sold as tiger parts to greenhorns in the past.

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Re: Primorye - one part of Russia, where... [Re: Sportingbookworm]
      #308564 - 01/12/17 07:00 PM

Does anybody know how they hunt the Brown bears there. Is it a traditional foot/stalking hunt, done with dogs, bait etc?

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Re: Primorye - one part of Russia, where... [Re: Rule303]
      #308579 - 02/12/17 05:09 AM

Baiting, mostly.

Vegetation is too thick for spot and stalk.

My editor and friend Mikhail Krechmar once sat for a brown bear with a client over a dead bullock. They picked up a good spot, well concealed and overlooking every way of approaching the bait. They stalked the blind really quiet, and sat there even quieter. When dusk was setting in, a Himalayan showed up at the bait. Then the brown gave his warning roar - some 20 meters behind them. He, too, also thought it was a great place to watch over the bait...

(they got the bear. It was 2.8 meter iirc).


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Re: Primorye - one part of Russia, where... [Re: Sportingbookworm]
      #308583 - 02/12/17 06:45 AM

must have been hair raising for the first moment

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Re: Primorye - one part of Russia, where... [Re: Sportingbookworm]
      #308593 - 02/12/17 10:08 AM

Quote:

Baiting, mostly.

Vegetation is too thick for spot and stalk.

My editor and friend Mikhail Krechmar once sat for a brown bear with a client over a dead bullock. They picked up a good spot, well concealed and overlooking every way of approaching the bait. They stalked the blind really quiet, and sat there even quieter. When dusk was setting in, a Himalayan showed up at the bait. Then the brown gave his warning roar - some 20 meters behind them. He, too, also thought it was a great place to watch over the bait...

(they got the bear. It was 2.8 meter iirc).




I bet they had to wash soiled underwear as well. I would have

That would have been an experience.


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Re: Primorye - one part of Russia, where... [Re: Rule303]
      #308617 - 03/12/17 07:23 AM

Really interesting--thank you for posting

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