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Re: Wolves' wild boar hunting

Subject: Re: Wolves' wild boar hunting
From: "NordicNature" nordicsounds
Date: Sun Sep 18, 2011 3:31 am ((PDT))
Hi Chris!
Thank you.
I have like 3 places not so far from me that the Red deer rut is ongoing ri=
ght now. The place I've been at is already fading in intense really fast. I=
t's like one or two weeks to early compared to previous years. A friend cal=
led and said that in one of the other places, 20km from the place i've been=
 at, it's full action, so it seems to be at different stages at different l=
ocations, even if they are close. I'm going away on a trip, so It will be o=
ver when I get back so I have to wait a year for the next time. I have hour=
s of recordings anyway so I'm satisfied.

Good luck with the  Red deers!
Let's hope that the wind, rain and traffic will go away when you press the =
rec button. :)


--- In  "chrishails50" <> wrote=
> Thanks for sharing that Hakan - wow what an opportunity ! Great recording=
, great story and great fieldwork - well done indeed. I am hoping to find a=
 Red Deer rut myself this evening but no chance of a wolf and the weather i=
s really horrible !
> Chris
> --- In  "NordicNature" <nordicnature@> w=
> >
> > Hi!
> > Sorry for the long text and my (not so good) english=85
> > I hope that you will read it though. :)
> >
> >
> > You can find the recording at my soundloud account,
> > It's name is "Wolves' wild boar hunting"
> >
> >
> > Note:
> > We have around 200-250 wolves in sweden. Elk is their most common prey,=
 often up to 95%.
> > Red deer is one of the largest deer species. It's smaller but often "sm=
arter" than the swedish Elk. It goes to counter attack against the wolves, =
and they don't like that. The Elk tries to run, and it's probably the reaso=
n that the wolves here in Sweden have almost 50% success in killing Elk.
> >
> > /H=E5kan
> >

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