Hunting Fieldfare in Romania, the traveler through the fields.
The Fieldfare is a member of the Turdidae thrush family. Its English name, dating back from at least the eleventh century, is obscure, though it seems to derive from an Anglo-Saxon word *feldefare meaning “traveler through the fields”, probably from their constantly moving, foraging habits. It is strongly migratory, with many northern birds moving south during the winter. In Romania, from November to February there are lots of fieldfares, concentrated in the vicinity of the forests.
Most of the birds that hunters shoot are turdus pilaris but on every hunt some other subspecies from the same family are shoot too.
Early in the season we use a huge vineyard area near a forest and during the winter we use large forest that have wild fruits bushes.
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