In August, in Kamchatka, the hunt for a sandpiper opens. This is a teal-sized bird, quite plump by this time, that feeds on a tundra berry called siksa. Probably from this kulik very tasty. The rate of shooting at that time was 10 pieces per day, and arranged in a row, but smeared with sour cream and baked in the oven, they were a royal dish.
hunting in KamchatkaVied out on such a hunt for 10-15 people, and hunted, walking along the tundra along the coast of the Pacific Ocean. Imitating the whistling of the waders, it was easy to turn a flock, usually consisting of 5-10 birds, onto itself. Continue reading
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