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    Primal Television - The Wild Within

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    The Travel Channel has a new series on Sunday nights at 8:00 PM CST called "The Wild Within". Host Steven Rinella explores the world's diverse cultures. He will reveal his deep conviction that within all of us, an instinctual hunter/gatherer is waiting to come out. Steven uses his pioneer spirit, resourceful mentality and outdoor skills to explore the subcultures that cherish and maintain their hunting, fishing and gathering traditions. This goes to the heart of what living Primal is truly about.
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    I just watched this and wanted to post a thread about it: glad I found this one! I agree, the intent and approach of this show is very Primal.

    My husband DVR'd the season. He has been considering taking up hunting, and we both would like to be more sustainable in our approach to living, so it was great to see how it's done. We're pretty much city folk: as far as finding food goes, I would be lost without a Trader Joe's, so a jumping-off place is pretty necessary. We found the first episode very enjoyable and inspiring. If any one's interested, there's a link to the show here.
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    Please, if your husband is considering taking up hunting, have him take a hunter safety course first. I've seen too many new hunters wander into the woods and end up getting injured (or killed), or injure/kill others because they weren't taught the basics. Have him learn from an experienced hunter. Wish him good hunting from me

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    I am sure that is something he will do. He's got friends who hunt, and he is experienced with guns and combat situations (ex-military), so I am not TOO worried about it, as he tends to be a pretty cautious guy.
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    Have it set to record, so I'll watch it as soon as I can.
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    Thanks, that looks good. I've been considering all of the squirrels (which I shoot as garden pests), rabbits, deer, and other things that wander through my yard. I see a few videos to watch, and will d/l the show if I can.
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