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Coyotes Hunting

Coyotes Hunting

Coyotes use both their nose and eyes to hunt. The cottontail is the coyote’s main meal and they eat more fruit than other canines. You can use either a .222 center fire or a .22 bolt action varmint gun for these animals. The canine is so sharp eyed he can spot the slightest movement from […]

Crappie- Springtime

Crappie- Springtime

An ultra-light rig, bobber and a jig tipped with a perch minnow hooked under the dorsal fin will bring crappie to the net. Where do we fish? Look for the locals on any body of water and they will be anchored over Crappie heaven. An angler lobs his baited jig next to a submerged rock […]

Adventure Transportation

Adventure Transportation

To join two localities in the bush of the Republic of Peru, the author had to ride on a truck carrying people and goods. Poor road conditions and bad weather made the trip a bit difficult. This allowed him to meet interesting aspects of people and geography. In the village of Mazuko, in the jungle […]

The team of adventure and survival

The team of adventure and survival

“Knowledge about equipment that can be used in situations of survival , as well as in various outdoor activities is fundamental not only to get the most out of it, but that in case of emergency or exceptional until we can reproduce these tools through improvisation . The issue is obviously extensive and variable, since […]

The selection process of members in groups of adventure

Although it is always interesting to engage as many people in clubs, associations and groups engaged in outdoor activities, the selection of candidates is a necessity. Never finished know ourselves, so it is impossible to predict in all cases how we will behave in the future, particularly in completely new situations, difficult, risky or extreme. […]

The risk of getting wet outdoor

The risk of getting wet outdoor

As happens with the snow, the water falling from the sky can be a blessing or a curse for someone who is conducting an outdoor activity. In some specific cases, however, there is no doubt that getting wet in nature is a risk that must be avoided. You can not compare an outing or excursion […]

Peru Adventure Stories

Peru Adventure Stories

To join two localities in the jungle of the Republic of Peru, the author had to travel as a passenger in a truck load of people and goods. The poor state of road and weather conditions made the journey a little difficult. This allowed him to meet interesting people and aspects of geography. In the […]

Concentrate Impacts in High-Use Areas

Concentrate Impacts in High-Use Areas

Concentrating use in popular or high-use areas is a simple and effective method to reduce the impact of a backcountry visit. Main travel corridors and popular destinations usually have well-established trails and campsites. Continued use causes little additional impact to these features although overcrowding diminishes the overall experience for some. Respect other visitors’ need for […]

Wildland Ethics – Spread Use and Impact in Pristine Areas

Wildland Ethics – Spread Use and Impact in Pristine Areas

Pristine areas are typically remote, seldom visited and have few obvious impacts. Visit pristine areas only if you are committed to and knowledgeable in the techniques required to Leave No Trace in that particular area. Rocky places with shallow soils, sandy areas, low heath balds, cliffs, bogs and wetlands often harbor residual populations of endangered […]

Leave natural and cultural artifacts

Leave natural and cultural artifacts

Leave natural and cultural artifacts. Natural objects of beauty or interest, such as antlers or mineral crystals, should be left alone for others to discover and enjoy. In national parks and some other areas it is illegal to remove natural objects, or to do so without a permit. Archaeological, cultural and historic artifacts preserve an […]

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