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Босния и Герцеговина. Охота на волков. - Redux Pictures (18)

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Fresh wolf tracks in the snow. Bosnia and Herzegovina is thought to have a population of 400 wolves. Estimates show their numbers to be decreasing. They are afforded no legal protection, and can be hunted year-round. Mass hunting events are organized as cultural happenings, announced and promoted on local radio stations. All this runs contrary to other European countries, as well as nations surrounding Bosnia and Herzegovina. Compounding the situation, hunters from neighboring countries come to Bosnia, paying large sums of money to return with a trophy head and hide.
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A hunter stays his position, awaiting others to drive wolves toward him. Bosnia and Herzegovina?is thought to have a population of 400 wolves. Estimates show their numbers to be decreasing. They are afforded no legal protection, and can be hunted year-round. Mass hunting events are organized as cultural happenings, announced and promoted on local radio stations. All this runs contrary to other European countries, as well as nations surrounding Bosnia and Herzegovina. Compounding the situation, hunters from neighboring countries come to Bosnia, paying large sums of money to return with a trophy head and hide.
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A hunter proudly displays his classic hunting gun. Bosnia and Herzegovina is thought to have a population of 400 wolves. Estimates show their numbers to be decreasing. They are afforded no legal protection, and can be hunted year-round. Mass hunting events are organized as cultural happenings, announced and promoted on local radio stations. All this runs contrary to other European countries, as well as nations surrounding Bosnia and Herzegovina. Compounding the situation, hunters from neighboring countries come to Bosnia, paying large sums of money to return with a trophy head and hide.
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Bosnia and HerzegovinaZ?is thought to have a population of 400 wolves. Estimates show their numbers to be decreasing. They are afforded no legal protection, and can be hunted year-round. Mass hunting events are organized as cultural happenings, announced and promoted on local radio stations. All this runs contrary to other European countries, as well as nations surrounding Bosnia and Herzegovina. Compounding the situation, hunters from neighboring countries come to Bosnia, paying large sums of money to return with a trophy head and hide.
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Hunters from Bosnia and surrounding countries warm themselves in sub-zero centigrade weather, awaiting the start of a mass organized wolf hunt. Bosnia and Herzegovina is thought to have a population of 400 wolves. Estimates show their numbers to be decreasing. They are afforded no legal protection, and can be hunted year-round. Mass hunting events are organized as cultural happenings, announced and promoted on local radio stations. All this runs contrary to other European countries, as well as nations surrounding Bosnia and Herzegovina. Compounding the situation, hunters from neighboring countries come to Bosnia, paying large sums of money to return with a trophy head and hide.
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A positioned wolf hunter is approached by a mass-hunt organizer. Bosnia and Herzegovina is thought to have a population of 400 wolves. Estimates show their numbers to be decreasing. They are afforded no legal protection, and can be hunted year-round. Mass hunting events are organized as cultural happenings, announced and promoted on local radio stations. All this runs contrary to other European countries, as well as nations surrounding Bosnia and Herzegovina. Compounding the situation, hunters from neighboring countries come to Bosnia, paying large sums of money to return with a trophy head and hide.
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"Rakia", the collective term for fruit brandy popular in the Balkans for sale at a mass-organized wolf hunt. Bosnia and Herzegovina is thought to have a population of 400 wolves. Estimates show their numbers to be decreasing. They are afforded no legal protection, and can be hunted year-round. Mass hunting events are organized as cultural happenings, announced and promoted on local radio stations. All this runs contrary to other European countries, as well as nations surrounding Bosnia and Herzegovina. Compounding the situation, hunters from neighboring countries come to Bosnia, paying large sums of money to return with a trophy head and hide.
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Hunt organizers coordinate radio frequencies to ensure a safe wolf hunt for an estimated 1000 hunters in attendance. Bosnia and Herzegovina is thought to have a population of 400 wolves. Estimates show their numbers to be decreasing. They are afforded no legal protection, and can be hunted year-round. Mass hunting events are organized as cultural happenings, announced and promoted on local radio stations. All this runs contrary to other European countries, as well as nations surrounding Bosnia and Herzegovina. Compounding the situation, hunters from neighboring countries come to Bosnia, paying large sums of money to return with a trophy head and hide.
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Bosnian hunter, Milan ("Jankula") Bozic' warms in sub-zero centigrade temperatures with a swig of "Rakia", the collective term for fruit brandy popular in the Balkans. Bosnia and Herzegovina?is thought to have a population of 400 wolves. Estimates show their numbers to be decreasing. They are afforded no legal protection, and can be hunted year-round. Mass hunting events are organized as cultural happenings, announced and promoted on local radio stations. All this runs contrary to other European countries, as well as nations surrounding Bosnia and Herzegovina. Compounding the situation, hunters from neighboring countries come to Bosnia, paying large sums of money to return with a trophy head and hide.
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A mass-hunt organizer explains drive tactics to a positioned hunter awaiting a chance for a shot. Bosnia and Herzegovina is thought to have a population of 400 wolves. Estimates show their numbers to be decreasing. They are afforded no legal protection, and can be hunted year-round. Mass hunting events are organized as cultural happenings, announced and promoted on local radio stations. All this runs contrary to other European countries, as well as nations surrounding Bosnia and Herzegovina. Compounding the situation, hunters from neighboring countries come to Bosnia, paying large sums of money to return with a trophy head and hide.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Bosnia and Herzegovina is thought to have a population of 400 wolves. Estimates show their numbers to be decreasing. They are afforded no legal protection, and can be hunted year-round. Mass hunting events are organized as cultural happenings, announced and promoted on local radio stations.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Bosnia and Herzegovina?is thought to have a population of 400 wolves. Estimates show their numbers to be decreasing. They are afforded no legal protection, and can be hunted year-round. Mass hunting events are organized as cultural happenings, announced and promoted on local radio stations. All this runs contrary to other European countries, as well as nations surrounding Bosnia and Herzegovina. Compounding the situation, hunters from neighboring countries come to Bosnia, paying large sums of money to return with a trophy head and hide.
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Hunters from Bosnia and surrounding countries gather at a hunting lodge and share a drink of "Rakia" - the collective term for fruit brandy popular in the Balkans, following an organized mass hunt for wolves. Bosnia and Herzegovina?is thought to have a population of 400 wolves. Estimates show their numbers to be decreasing. They are afforded no legal protection, and can be hunted year-round. Mass hunting events are organized as cultural happenings, announced and promoted on local radio stations. All this runs contrary to other European countries, as well as nations surrounding Bosnia and Herzegovina. Compounding the situation, hunters from neighboring countries come to Bosnia, paying large sums of money to return with a trophy head and hide.
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A wolf hunter sits quietly in a "blind," awaiting a wolf to approach a feeding spot. Bosnia and Herzegovina is thought to have a population of 400 wolves. Estimates show their numbers to be decreasing. They are afforded no legal protection, and can be hunted year-round. Mass hunting events are organized as cultural happenings, announced and promoted on local radio stations. All this runs contrary to other European countries, as well as nations surrounding Bosnia and Herzegovina. Compounding the situation, hunters from neighboring countries come to Bosnia, paying large sums of money to return with a trophy head and hide.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Winter in wolf country. Bosnia and Herzegovina is thought to have a population of 400 wolves. Estimates show their numbers to be decreasing. They are afforded no legal protection, and can be hunted year-round. Mass hunting events are organized as cultural happenings, announced and promoted on local radio stations. All this runs contrary to other European countries, as well as nations surrounding Bosnia and Herzegovina. Compounding the situation, hunters from neighboring countries come to Bosnia, paying large sums of money to return with a trophy head and hide.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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A professional hunter heads out looking for signs that wolves have been active in the area. Bosnia and Herzegovina is thought to have a population of 400 wolves. Estimates show their numbers to be decreasing. They are afforded no legal protection, and can be hunted year-round. Mass hunting events are organized as cultural happenings, announced and promoted on local radio stations. All this runs contrary to other European countries, as well as nations surrounding Bosnia and Herzegovina. Compounding the situation, hunters from neighboring countries come to Bosnia, paying large sums of money to return with a trophy head and hide.
MINIMUM PRICE $100
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Winter in wolf country. Bosnia and Herzegovina is thought to have a population of 400 wolves. Estimates show their numbers to be decreasing. They are afforded no legal protection, and can be hunted year-round. Mass hunting events are organized as cultural happenings, announced and promoted on local radio stations. All this runs contrary to other European countries, as well as nations surrounding Bosnia and Herzegovina. Compounding the situation, hunters from neighboring countries come to Bosnia, paying large sums of money to return with a trophy head and hide.
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Hunters aboard a Russian Landa Niva 4x4, in search of wolves, encounter another species along the way. Bosnia and Herzegovina?is thought to have a population of 400 wolves. Estimates show their numbers to be decreasing. They are afforded no legal protection, and can be hunted year-round. Mass hunting events are organized as cultural happenings, announced and promoted on local radio stations.
MINIMUM PRICE $100

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