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  • Hunting and fishing are not a way of life for my family. It is a hobby to get out and explore. I have always been taught that its not about killing as many things as you can. Its just more about being out in the wilderness and being free. I love to be in the woods or on a river. Whenever i think of It, it makes me think of good times with my brothers and dad.
  • These are some Bear Grylls quotes on surviving in all climates:
    The way out of jungle or mountains? Find a stream or river and follow it.
    You never know how steep something is until you “rub noses with it.” From far away, you can’t really judge.
    Survival is about playing the odds. Expect to fail before you succeed.
    Building a fire is a great way to boost morale. And keeping morale up is the key to survival.
    Never rely on one source for catching food. If you set up a fishing net, go out and start hunting for something else.

  • +Hunting has been a way of life and survival for people for many centuries.
    +There are many different types of hunting. I personally love to upland game hunt.
    +This type of hunting involves usually a rough terrain with a lot of walking.
    +Upland game hunting is grouse, quail, pheasant and many others.
    +Most upland game hunters use dogs to flush the birds.

  • +The two types of dogs are pointers and flushers.
    +I have a yellow lab who is a flusher.
    +With flush dogs it is constant walking because you have to keep up with them.
    + With pointers you have time to set up for the perfect shot because they dont run in and flush the bird until you release them from point.
  • Upland game hunting is a very tough physical task.
    It involves constant walking and constant alertness.
    Usually when you upland hunt it is with dogs, either pointing or flushing dogs.
    Upland hunting is usually for Ruffed Grouse, Quail, Pheasant, or partridge.
    The proper gun to use when upland hunting is either a 20, or 12 gauge shotgun.
    When hunting in a tree stand it is all about being quiet and staying still.
    Hunting in a tree stand can get very boring and strenuous.
    When hunting in a stand you are usually hunting Turkey, Deer, Boar... etc. The proper weapons to use when tree stand hunting is either a rifle, shotgun, or bow and arrow.
  • Watershed hunting or fowl hunting is probably my most favorite way to hunt. I love the sounds and the way you hunt. You have decoys and call in the ducks with a duck call, decoys are in the water and you stay still. Ducks are beautiful birds and they taste great.
  • Trapping may be seen as a cruel way to hunt.
    I do not trap but it is a part of hunting for many.
    Trapping involves usually setting a leg catch and coming back the next day to see if you caught something.
    You usually set these traps up in used animal trails or place bait or food next to the trap. Many people sell the fur of their catch and make money off of it.
  • +The State game lands were made to create safe and accessible hunting grounds for anyone.
    +These game lands have both wild and stocked birds in them.
    +Game lands tend to usually have big game in them as well like turkey and deer.
    + State game lands are free to use all you need to do is have your hunting license wich is easy to obtain
    + A two day hunter safety course.
  • +Stocked birds are very different from wild birds in many ways.
    + Fly, reaction time, Dont know what predators look like.
    + Stocked birds offspring can become Wild
    +Impossible to have stocked grouse, they die in captivity
    +Stocked birds in Pennsylvania are usually quail, pheasant, chucker
  • The ruffed grouse is a beautiful bird.
    Ruffed Grouse are one of 10 species of grouse native to North America and are one of the smaller birds in the group, ranging from 17 to 25 oz.
    Ruffed Grouse are brownish colored birds somewhat larger than pigeons, living their entire lives in wooded areas.
    The males are usually slightly larger than the females, although an occasional adult female will exceed a young male in size.
    The Ruffed Grouse is the Pennsylvania state bird.

  • The ruffed grouse conservation plan is all about keeping the ruffed grouse well populated in America.
    It is Pennsylvania's state bird, which means we need to keep it around.
    THe ruffed grouse society is an organization that collects profits and runs events to keep this bird in the population by, fixing habitats or building habitats.
    They are a tough bird to help grow the population with because they only live in the wild. When in captivity they die.
  • The eastern bobwhite quail is about 10 in.
    Its Feathers are mixed brown, black, and white in the male and brown and buff in the female, making it almost invisible against the vegetation of weedy fields and edges of woodland. Bobwhites feed on insects and weed seeds.
    During much of the year they travel in coveys, sleeping at night in a compact circle.
    They sleep with their tails to the center.
    This is so they can fly out in all directions if alarmed by a predator.
    A covey is just a pack of quail ranging from 10 to 100’s of birds.

  • The main wild rabbit in North America is the cottontail.
    It grows from 14 to 18 inches and weighs from 2 to 3 pounds.
    They are brown with tan sides and white under parts.
    My Pop-Pop would tell me every winter to wait for the first frost to go rabbit hunting because the first frost kills the many bacteria and parasites that wild rabbits carry.
  • +The turkey is a big game bird.
    +Benjamin Franklin actually wanted it to be our countries bird instead of the bald eagle.
    +fall season you may take either sex of the bird, and have a two bird limit
    +Spring season you may take two bearded birds, only one per day.
    +males are the bearded birds.
  • +Pheasant can be raised both in the wild and in captivity
    +They are considered small game birds even though they are large in size
    +THey used to be heavily populated in Pennsylvania but farms destroyed them and construction on areas.
  • + All over Pennsylvania
    +Heavily populated in valley forge
    +#1 hunted wild game animal in pennsylvania.
  • +Predators for many small game birds are hawks, crows, cats, bobcats, owls, raccoons, coyotes..etc.
    +This is just part of mother nature and the food chain.
    +Obviously small game birds are going to be at the bottom of the food chain.
    +Most of these predators actually get hunted as well, which I dont do.
  • +Habitats have been getting destroyed for buildings and new developments.
    +I for once have seen first hand upstate land getting destroyed for oil drilling.
    +When habitats get destroyed it either kills the wild life or forces them to move to closer areas to humans.
    +it is a lose lose situation.

  • +I love to fish. I almost always catch and release.
    +There are two ways to fish, fly fishing or using just a regular rod and reel.
    +Fly fishing involves precision casting and great technique. It is very easy to tangle your line when fly fishing.
    +I love to just use a regular rod and reel because its easy and fun.
    +Fresh water fishing is either in a creek, stream, river, or lake.
    +I have fished on all and all involve different tactics.
  • +Many River fish are good to eat, small mouth bass, largemouth bass, perch, trout, crappies, catfish etc..
    +Fishing on rivers is more about finding the hidden covers under the water.
    +These structures are like sunken trees, boulders, run offs. The banks are also a very good spot to fish.

  • +The average length of a rainbow trout is 12-18 inches.
    +Rainbow trout are one of the most highly prized game fish for anglers throughout their native and introduced ranges.
    +This is because of their widespread availability, acrobatic fighting ability and delicious meat make them one of the most popular freshwater fish.
    +Rainbow trout can live in streams, rivers, lakes, or ponds.

  • +The bass is broken up into either the smallmouth bass or the largemouth bass.
    +The smallmouth bass is more aggressive and usually gets longer than the largemouth.
    +The largemouth bass has a distinctive black strip down the middle.
    +They get a more football shape and weigh more than the smallmouth.
  • +Catfish are mostly bottom feeders
    +Tentacles actually do sting you
    +This helps them stun and kill prey
    +mostly only feed at night
    +Stay in the deep hidden structures
  • +Many different types of sunfish
    +Redear, Banded endangered, Blackbanded, Bluespotted, warmouth endangered, mudsunfish, longear endangered.
    + Taste great easy to catch, good fish to fish for with a kid
    +The spines on there backs jut out when in a predators mouth to make the predator cough them back up
  • +Aggressive fish
    +very tough fighters, popular fish
    +Taste great


  • +Sharp teeth
    +Very good fighters, popular big fish
    +One of the most aggressive fresh water fishes
    +Taste great
    +Span all up and down the east coast, even in canada.
  • +Ice fishing is very cold and usually boring.
    +I have only gone a couple times when i was younger and caught nothing.
    +Ice fishing is an area specific type of fishing.
    +This is because you obviously cant do it where there is no ice.
    + You can ice fish for really any type of fish.
    +You just have to make sure the water is deep enough for the fish.
  • +Deep sea fishing is much different then fresh water fishing.
    +The equipment is different, the fish are different, and the boat is different or you are using a boat in general.
    +Salt water fish are generally much bigger than fresh water fish.
    +The way of fishing is much different as well. You usually strap into a seat because the fish are BIG.
  • +Pollution is getting better in rivers, lakes and streams since the passing of the clean water act in 1972.
    +However about half of Americas watersheds are still to polluted to fish or swim in.
    +This is because of sediment, sewage, disease-causing bacteria, fertilizers, manure, toxic metals, and oil and grease.
    +polluted storm water runoff is the source of most of the contamination
  • +Wild game can be cook many ways
    +I prefer to either smoke or cook over an open fire.
    +When eating wild game always make sure it is cooked through all the way.
    This is because you want to make sure that you killed all the bacteria and parasites.
  • +Natural and fresh meats are better for you in many ways.
    +When food gets processed it goes through treatments that actually suck out the nutrients and vitamins that are in the product.
    +When you eat a fresh meal or fresh game it is still full of nutrients and vitamins from the wilderness.
    +This is great for your body and helps you stay healthy.
    +It is just like eating fruit of of the vine it is full of those vitamins and minerals it hasnt lost yet through time or processing
  • +Processed foods have been altered from their natural state for safety reasons and for convenience.
    +The methods used for processing foods include canning, freezing, refrigeration, dehydration and aseptic processing.
    +We tend to think of processed foods as bad, but it turns out that some processed foods are not unhealthy.
    +For example, milk would be considered a processed food because it is pasteurized to kill bacteria and homogenized to keep fats from separating.
    +However this does not mean all processed food are made for the better.

  • +Vegetables are great for your body
    + Organic gardens keep the vitamins and nutrients in the vegetable until you eat it
    +Organic compost keeps your garden pesticide free and healthy.

  • Red= lowers cholesterol and blood pressure because of lycopene, ellagic acid, Quercetin.
    Yellow= Helps build healthy bones and lowers risk of prostate cancer and other cancers.
    Green= reduce cancer risks, lower blood pressure and LDL cholesterol levels, boost immune system
    Blue= Boost immune system and support healthy digestion
    White= Reduce the risk of colon, breast and prostate cancers.
  • +My application is a cooking show.
    +This show demonstrates the basic cooking methods and styles of natural cuisines.
    + I will show natural herbs and other spices to mix around in the food.





  • In conclusion Knowledge is power. I choose this topic to inform everyone how to catch and prepare natural foods. I gave this information because it causes no harm to know it. With this information people know more about their wildlife as well and what is going on in the wilderness.
  • Transcript

    • 1. A hunters approach to wilderness cuisine by. Nathan Hare
    • 2. Thesis I plan to teach about the wilderness and simple healthy meals that can come from it.
    • 3. PERSONAL RELEVANCE I have always been a big fan of the outdoors. Fishing, hunting and the knowledge to cook your catch I think are good trades to learn. I have been lucky enough to have a family teach me these things. The goal of my project is to teach about the wilderness and some easy meals to cook from the wild.
    • 4. Overview My outdoor experiences Survival techniques Hunting Game Birds Fishing Natural vs Processed Application Class activity
    • 5. My Outdoor experiences
    • 6. Survival techniques
    • 7. Hunting http://www.huntinfo.com/
    • 8. DOGS
    • 9. TYPES OF HUNTING UPLAND TREE GAME STAND HTTP://WWW.UPLANDHUNTING.COM/ HTTP://WWW.TREESTANDINFO.COM/
    • 10. Watershed Hunting Blind Boat
    • 11. TRAPPING http://www.ohiodnr.com/wildlife/dow/regulations/trapping.aspx
    • 12. GAME LANDS http://www.huntingpa.com/sgl.html
    • 13. Stocked vs. Natural http://www.pagameandfish.com/
    • 14. Ruffed Grouse Pennsylvania state bird http://www.ruffedgrousesociety.org/grouse-facts
    • 15. Populations http://www.ruffedgrousesociety.org/
    • 16. Quail Covey http://www.encyclopedia.com/topic/bobwhite.aspx
    • 17. *1st Frost* Rabbit http://www.basspro.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/CFPage?catalogId=10001&langId=-1&mode=article&objectID=31331&storeId=10151
    • 18. Turkey • Big Game • Hunted for centuries http://www.pgc.state.pa.us/portal/server.pt/community/pgc/9106
    • 19. PHEASANT Stocked and Wild Big Birds Used to be all over PA http://www.gamebirdhunts.com/
    • 20. Deer http://www.dcnr.state.pa.us/forestry/deer/index.aspx
    • 21. PREDATORS BOTTOM OF THE FOOD CHAIN HTTP://WWW.GUNNERSDEN.COM/INDEX.HTM.SHOOTING-HUNTING-BOBCAT.HTML
    • 22. Habitats http://www.bradfordtoday.com/outdoors/habitat-work-underway-on-state-game-lands.html
    • 23. Video
    • 24. Fishing Fly Fishing http://www.paflyfish.com/
    • 25. River Fish http://www.susqriverguides.com/
    • 26. Trout http://www.missouriscenicrivers.com/Rainbow.html
    • 27. BASS Smallmouth Largemouth http://www.bio.umass.edu/biology/conn.river/smlgbass.html
    • 28. CATFISH http://www.pagameandfish.com/fishing/catfish-fishing/
    • 29. sunfish Small Taste Great Spines http://www.fish.state.pa.us/pafish/fishhtms/chap22.htm
    • 30. WALLEYE http://www.pagameandfish.com/fishing/walleyes-fishing/
    • 31. pike Northern Pike Long and Skinny http://www.fish.state.pa.us/pike.htm
    • 32. Ice Fishing http://www.icefishingworld.com/
    • 33. Deep Sea Fishing
    • 34. Water Pollution Pollution is just as bad for us as it is for the fish http://www.fish.state.pa.us/anglerboater/2001/jf2001/wpollbas.htm
    • 35. Cooking
    • 36. Natural Meat Why is it better? http://www.allfoodsnatural.com/tips/50-cooking-tips.html
    • 37. Processed Meat You wouldn't believe! http://nutrition.about.com/od/askyournutritionist/f/processedfoods.htm
    • 38. Vegetables and fruits http://www.small-farm-permaculture-and-sustainable-living.com/advantages_and_disadvantages_organic_farming.html
    • 39. COLORS Red Yellow/Orange Green Blue White http://www.disabled-world.com/artman/publish/fruits-vegetables.shtml
    • 40. Application WATCH WHAT YOU EAT TV SHOW
    • 41. Johnny Apple Seed Grouse
    • 42. Application
    • 43. Finished product
    • 44. CLASS ACTIVITY Question sheet Venison jerky
    • 45. Work Cited Miller, Darell. "Health News." 12 Jan. 2008. Web. <http://www.disabled-world.com/artman/publish/fruits-vegetables.shtml>. "Conservation Plan." Ruffed Grouse Society. July-Aug. 2008. Web. 12 Mar. 2010. <http://www.ruffedgrousesociety.org/conservation-plan>. "Northern Pike." Northern Pike Records. 2010. Web. 2 Apr. 2010. <http://www.fish.state.pa.us/pike.htm>. Mertz, Julie. "Johhny Apple Seed Grouse." NAHC Favorite Wild Game Cookbook. Vol. 1. Minneapolis: North America Hunting Club, 1994. Print. "Upland Birds." Upland Hunting. Web. 28 Mar. 2010. <http://www.uplandhunting.com/content/ruffed-grouse.aspx>. "Natural Foods." Alll Healthy Foods. 2009. Web. 3 Apr. 2010. <http://www.allfoodsnatural.com/foods.html>. "Wildlife." Pennsylvania Game Commission. Jan. 2001. Web. 3 Apr. 2010. <http://www.portal.state.pa.us/portal/server.pt/community/wildlife/9109>. "Cotton Tail Rabbit." Bass Pro Shops. Web. 28 Mar. 2010. <http://www.basspro.com/hunting.html>. Grossman, Gayle. "Gayle's Barbecued Pheasant." NAHC Favorite Wild Game Cookbook. Vol. 1. 2001. Print. Greenough, Rich. "Ice Fishing Saftey." Ice Fishing World. 2008. Web. 3 Apr. 2010. <http://www.icefishingworld.com/safety.html>.
    • 46. IN CONCLUSION

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