Early birds can experience the awakening of the forest and its inhabitants. We will find out how hunters refer to the points of the compass and investigate who shelled the nuts on the ground. We will learn how the Indians stalked their prey almost silently, how to read spoors and tracks, as well as how to recognize a bird by its song.

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  • Hunting fever. Exciting hours for huntsmen and –women.
  • Eagle’s-eye view. The hunter’s stand gives you wings.
  • Blood brothers. Stalk prey like the Indians.
  • Hunting compass. The points of the compass in hunting language.
  • On the trail. Who shelled the nuts and snacked on the pine cones?
  • Huntsman’s breakfast. Gives us energy for the day ahead.