Wildlife Safari Tours
Sounds like Donnie has the one thing that most don't have….lots of nickels$$$
Many folks think there is waist in nature, not so …life feeding on life. Young… old …trophy or not, what's the difference? Just choose.. from your heart. Conscious awareness , self- development , real fulfilment is in what our experiences make of you. Good job!
You'll always get whiny pussies who say we don't need to hunt and kill animals anymore.It's a part of life, you're born, you live, you die. Most hunters are hunting these animals for the meat and nutrients they provide, and nothing is wasted. Humans need lean meat and protein to be in peak condition, and frankly, there is no better way to get this than by hunting. At least the animals hunters kill have lived full and wholesome lives.People should admire these hunters rather than chastize them.
Mother Nature is a better manager of population regulation than hunting. I disagree with the statement of needing to take older animals to help improve the overall population again in remote areas that he prefers to hunt-not enough hunting pressure to be effective. Why not just say hey I like to hunt and part of hunting is killing?
To everyone complaining about the morality/ethics/compassion of hunting:
Since you have already decided that hunting is bad regardless of the situation or motives behind it, I’m going to assume you live off grid in the woods one with nature, only eat vegan, and not using any man made products or services. Most of those contribute in some fashion to pollution of air, soil, and the environment as a whole where these hunted creatures live. If you have not reached that point of nirvana, maybe you could be a little more understanding and open minded about what this man and others are doing in the wilderness.
Kudos to him and all the other ethical hunters and this channel for showing the way.
compassionately killing is an oxymoron. We do not need to therefore it is unnecessary, we are not promoting hunting because we care about the environment, or because it is because of some natural biology process that happens. We have no biological ways to hunt and kill these animals, have no instinct to tear into an animals body with our hands and teeth, and have remorse when we watch our victim suffer. We are the farthest thing from omnivores and carnivores, and our planets environmental degradation and destruction is proof of that.
I totally understand the feeling and idea of not wanting to do any harm to animals. Although if we were to follow this bull with a go pro attached to its antlers then we would have likely got footage of coyotes eating this thing legs and testicles first while it screamed in pain from being slowly chewed apart for 12 hours straight. Even as a human, I could at least relate and choose the former as a method of death.
Do your thing Donnie gr8 show.Zim fan
Ain't nothing better then organic meats
This guy is likable…..buuuuuut….if you wanna say you were concerned that the old bull wouldn't make it through the winter, and that's why you took him for yourself….to show compassion and stewardship……….what about the other wild animals who are having a hard time seeing the winter through who would scavenge the body of the old bull, shouldn't their needs be met first before a human steps in with his un-natural implements and foreign influence. Please do show me the compassion and stewardship…we sure as he'll need The Real thing.
We should pet animals and love them and when possible put little pink bows in there hair after grooming them. Then we should eat them with a little A1 sauce and go back for seconds. 😀🥩🥩🥩🥩🥩 yum.
For some of you it's a hard thing to hear? Haha
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