Raised Hunting is about an average American family that has used hunting as a platform to teach ethics and values to their family. The Holders share their North America hunting experience and use real adventures from their journeys. Raised Hunting captures the raw emotion that comes from an animal at close range, all while focusing on bringing you ultimate adventures with the highest regard to cinematography. Raised Hunting is the show that keeps you on the edge of your seat and looking for more when it's over. Most important, the Holders hope you will see them for who they really are – just another family that lives and loves everything hunting has to offer, and the kind of family you would hope to run into at your next hunting camp. After all, they are looking forward to sharing camp with you. Thank you for being a part of Raised Hunting!
Runtime: 30 minutes
Raised Hunting - Hunting license - Netflix
A hunting license is a regulatory or legal mechanism to control recreational and sports hunting. Hunting may be regulated informally by unwritten law, self-restraint, a moral code, or by governmental laws. The purposes for requiring hunting licenses include the protection of natural treasures, and raising tax revenue (often, but not always, to dedicated funds).
Raised Hunting - Federal licenses - Netflix
Federal law requires the purchase of a duck stamp in order to shoot migratory ducks. They are regulated by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. United States law also mandates strict limits on the hunting (“taking”) of endangered species. The U.S. is a signatory to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES). The Bush Administration proposed lifting some restrictions in 2005 (for antelopes), as did the Norwegian Government (for wolves) in the same year.
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