Some articles on hunting, house hunting mice, mice:
... The Redbone Coonhound is a breed of dog, which is widely used for hunting bear, raccoon, and cougar ... Their agility allows them to be used for hunting from swamplands to mountains and some can be used as water dogs ... an even temperament with a confident air and fine hunting talents." This breed has been registered with the UKC since 1904 and the AKC since 2009 ...
... House Hunting Mice is a 1947 animated short film from Warner Bros ... Running for 7 minutes and starring mice Hubie and Bertie, the short was directed by Chuck Jones and written by Michael Maltese and Tedd Pierce ... House Hunting Mice, among many other animated shorts, features the song "Powerhouse" by Raymond Scott when the automated sweeping robots pursue the two mice ...
... In Pakistan, hunting markhor is illegal ... However recently, as part of a conservation process, limited expensive hunting licenses are available from the Pakistani government which allow for the hunting of old markhors which ...
... Cherokee chief opposed to selling ancestral hunting grounds, warned the whites that they were purchasing a "dark and bloody ground." The origin of Kentucky's modern name (variously spelled Cane-tuck-ee ... of the Ohio River Valley and drove other tribes out in order to control more hunting land ...
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Tis a like task we are at;
Hunting mice is his delight,
Hunting words I sit all night.”
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