Serious Hunters only, for this Hunters Retreat Gift Chest! Do Dad a favor this year: skip the forgettable gifts and get him his favorite. This totally hunting-themed gift is only for the serious hunter…… The coffee mug is handcrafted and very detailed with wooded scenes, along with our Hunter’s Retreat Three Cheese snack mix this gift chest is sure to please the most avid hunter. This gift includes: Dark Stain hamper with lid and leather clasp, Wooden forest & deer coffee mug, Caf?’ Latte Barista Coffee, 3 oz. Summer Sausage, Butter Toffee caramel corn, 3 assorted cheese triangles, Hunters Retreats theme bag of snack mix, Cajun pretzel sticks, and Three pepper water crackers.
According to Wikipedia:
Apart from food provision, hunting can be a means of population control. Hunting advocates state that regulated hunting can be a necessary component of modern wildlife management, for example, to help maintain a healthy proportion of animal populations within an environment’s ecological carrying capacity when natural checks such as natural predators are absent or insufficient, or to provide funding for breeding programs and maintenance of nature reserves and conservation parks. However, excessive hunting has also heavily contributed to the endangerment, extirpation, and extinction of many animals. Some animal rights and anti-hunting activists regard hunting as a cruel, perverse, and unnecessary blood sport. Certain hunting practices, such as canned hunts and ludicrously paid/bribed trophy tours (especially to poor countries), are considered unethical and exploitative even by some hunters. Try our Hunters Retreat Gift Chest
Professional deerstalker standing over a downed red stag in Scotland
Marine mammals such as whales and pinnipeds are also targets of hunting, both recreationally and commercially, often with heated controversies regarding the morality, ethics, and legality of such practices. The pursuit, harvesting or catch and release of fish and aquatic cephalopods and crustaceans is called fishing, which however is widely accepted and not commonly categorized as a form of hunting, even though it essentially is. It is also not considered hunting to pursue animals without intent to kill them, as in wildlife photography, birdwatching, or scientific-research activities which involve tranquilizing or tagging of animals, although green hunting is still called so. The practices of netting or trapping insects and other arthropods for trophy collection, or the foraging or gathering of plants and mushrooms, are also not regarded as hunting. Best Gourmet Gifts Hunters Retreat Gift Chest is handcrafted to order and Ships at no additional charge.
Hunter carrying a reindeer in Greenland
Skillful tracking and acquisition of an elusive target has caused the word hunt to be used in the vernacular as a metaphor for searching and obtaining something, as in “treasure hunting”, “bargain hunting”, “hunting for votes” and even “hunting down” corruption and waste.