So many engaging stories
Hunting is not the indiscriminate killing of animals: if anything, it is a conscious taking regulated by science, a tradition that involves true passion for nature and the environment. This emerges from the stories contained in the volume Hunting, passion, memories. Stories of men and animals, published by Sarnus.
The best stories
The anthology will be at the center of a meeting hosted tomorrow, Thursday 14 September, at 18.00 pm in the Caffè del Teatro Niccolini (Via Ricasoli, 3). Simone Tofani, president of Federcaccia Firenze, will speak with the publisher Antonio Pagliai. The volume contains the best stories of the eighth and ninth edition of the "Hunting, Passion, Memories" Literary Prize, announced by Federcaccia with the aim of showing the most authentic face of the hunting art, too often put in a bad light even by due to distorted information.
A fascinating world
Through each story, from the young man who excitedly picks up his first rifle, to the old hunter who accompanies his old dog on his last hunt, the anthology guides us into a fascinating world of woods, awakenings at dawn, flights of woodcocks and lots of adrenaline (source: Federcaccia).