Felix Rodríguez de la Fuente from Santiago Ruiz Galvez

Date Created: 14 March 2019

Author: Unknown

Source: FB of Santiago Ruiz Galvez

Owner: Santiago Ruiz Galvez

Location: Spain

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“No mates, caza. Porque no es lo mismo matar que cazar. La persecución, el acoso y la muerte de la pieza, siempre han exigido del cazador esfuerzo físico y agudeza mental. Y en cuanto al ejercicio de la caza contribuya a desarrollar tus músculos y afinar tus sentidos, será para ti una actividad noble y deportiva, regida por la eterna ética biológica.
Una sola pieza que te exija una tarde entera de persecución, una penosa espera desafiando al ciervo o un laborioso cálculo de estrategia cinegética, representara más alta conquista y más provechosa dedicación que cien infelices animales derribados con comodidad y sin fatigas. Porque no es la cantidad de capturas lo que forma y ennoblece al cazador, sino la calidad de las mismas”.

Felix Rodríguez de la Fuente
 
Translation by robot below
 
" don't kill, hunt. Because it's not the same to kill as hunting. The persecution, harassment and death of the piece, have always demanded the hunter physical effort and mental acuity. And as for the exercise of hunting contribute to develop your muscles and refine your senses, it will be for you a noble and sports activity, governed by eternal biological ethics.
A single piece that requires you an entire afternoon of persecution, a painful wait challenging the deer or a laborious calculation of strategy strategy, represents higher conquest and more profitable dedication than a hundred unhappy animals shot with comfort and without fatigue. Because it is not the amount of catches that forms and ennobles the hunter, but the quality of the same ".

Felix Rodriguez de la Fuente
 

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