A story of one hunting for elks near Kabanovo village, the Moscow region.
In general 30 people participated including huntsmen, so briefing was necessary.
All in all they had three licences available: for 2 elks and 1 wild boar. The huntsmen confirmed – according to the tracks in the forest there are both elks and boars.
Only elk males can be shot down. Females are inviolable or you’ll have to pay a huge fine. The same with boars.
The team is divided into two groups: the first, with guns, will stand on “the numbers” in a shooting line, others will drive animals in the ambush direction. The second group will wear yellow jackets not be shot instead of animals…
The second group is taken to another end of the forest to start from there…
The huntsmen help to define the direction.
This time animals could escape the beaters. The huntsmen started to examine the tracks trying to find out in what direction the elks had moved. The animals were not far, in the next forest… So the people went in that direction.