We live in a world that’s increasingly technological and computer-based. All you have to do is look around at young people and most of them are “on their phones” all the time!
People used to spend more time outdoors, doing outdoorsy things. One of the old-fashioned, but also very rewarding things people can do is to hunt. It’s a way to reconnect with nature, and, in some ways, with yourself. When you’re out on the land hunting, you’re surrounded by the sights and sounds of nature. You’re alone or with a couple friends and family members, or perhaps a guide. It’s time to “think” about your life– to look back over what you’ve done, where you’re currently at, and where you want to head in the years to come. Hunting time is more than just shooting animals for sport. It’s a chance to get away from the routine of everyday life, to get outside, to think about things, and to enjoy nature. These are all very good things for a person’s mind, body and soul.
Hunting on a Preserve
So where can you hunt? Ideally, you can choose to go to a hunting preserve, like Tioga Ranch in Pennsylvania. What are some benefits of hunting at a hunting preserve?
Well, these places are “preserved” for hunting– so they’re “made for it.” They have a specific purpose. And they’re managed, so the owners and caretakers make sure there are animals in the preserve for you to find and hunt.
Hunting preserves offer wildlife habitat, escape cover for birds, cover crops, and property that is in its natural, untouched condition. In a world where “unspoiled land” is harder to find, a hunting preserve serves as both a wildlife and nature oasis.
Do you want to hunt boar? How about deer or big game? Looking to hunt elk, rams or turkeys, too? Tioga Ranch is the place to hunt in rural Pennsylvania. Call 570-835-5341 for more information.