Good Hunting

Your true sportsman is always a real lover of nature. He kills, it is true, but only in sweet reasonableness and moderation, for food if necessary, but mainly for trophies. Wholesale and unnecessary slaughter is abhorrent to him; and he always has an eye to the preservation of the stock,, and so leaves severely alone all immature, and particularly all female of-their-kind-producing wild animals, except, of course, of the carnivora (Henry Seton-Karr, 1908).1

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