Of all the injuries and afflictions suffered by John Hanning Speke during his quest to discover the source of the Nile in 1854 and 1856 none was as EARie as the incident in which a beetle lodged itself in his ear.
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We received so many questions about how Larry Weishuhn got the "too Close" photo for his Hunting Buffalo In Oz pic that we had to ask just how the scene unfolded.
Larry explains, "That photo was taken at about 12 feet, after I slipped in close behind
“First thing after daylight we’ll go meet Robert Redford.”
Before I could comment about “Jeremiah Johnson” Dave Fent jumped in, “The local Dalabon elder. He’s given us permission to hunt buffalo on their land, but out of courtesy we’ll ask again.” He continued, “I doubt he’ll
Excerpt from Texas Safari: The Game Hunter's Guide To Texas
After much consideration and having acquired men and supplies Jerry B. St. John, Esq. of Great Britain decided to allow himself six weeks for safari. The vast wilderness along the Gulf Coast of the recently formed
Join Dr. Kevin Robertson and Professional Hunter Clinton van Tonder and Richard Burns as they hunt rhino and Cape buffalo respectively in the wilds of South Africa.
First up is The Perfect Shot author Dr. Kevin Robertson as he and his time head to the skies
Watch as Professional Hunter, host of Rugged Expeditions, author, hair model, and all around swell guy J. Alain Smith as he travels to Uganda to hunt Cape buffalo and figure out hashtags!
We made up the "hair model" part.
But damn dude.
Ya' can sport that gray!
J. Alain Smith is
With horns spanning upwards of 12 feet and carrying a circumference of 25 inches or more at the base, Watusi are quickly becoming one of the most sought after game animals in the realm of exotic hunting.
Watusi can reach upwards 1,600 hundred pounds in weight,