While many feathered beings prefer to stalk prey during the day, sometimes circumstances necessitate a nighttime hunting run.
(NOTE: This is not recommended for untrained novices, who should first be instructed by a master before attempting a solo “night hunt.”)
When stalking prey after dark, it is good to use all available camouflage.
If you and the prey share some colors in common, even better.
Best of all, try to choose prey that is large, slow, and has poor vision and hearing….this can greatly speed up the “hunt to table” process.
Beyond this, there are several techniques to give you a better shot at taking down your selected prey on the first try.
Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts
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