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The oscillation of a controlled variable, such as the temperature of a thermostat, around its set point. See: hunting reaction.
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However, even before the hunting season began, the international anti-poaching NGO the Committee Against Bird Slaughter discovered flagrant breaches of the law.
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Under the old system, there was time for the state to react to such an event ahead of the coming hunting season.
Frustrated, some gun rights advocates and politically conservative Coloradans decided to hold hostage the state's popular big-game hunting season (chiefly deer and elk, although bear and pronghorn antelope are included), which brings in more than $45 million per year.
Show Me Snow Geese has left all the other hunting services behind to become the first to have begun booking for the 2013-14 Missouri Waterfowl Hunting Season.
The hunting season started on Wednesday 01 May and will end on 31 August in the case of commercial farms of not less than 1000 hectares which are enclosed with registered game proof fences and on registered Conservancies where quotas have been approved for huntable game species.
In southern Norway, the maximum permitted hunting season for these species is from 10th September until the end of February.
But since you referred to the hunting season I just wonder what do these falcons actually hunt?
Staying on top of trends in the hunting market and identifying hot products is crucial during hunting season.
We classified all relocations obtained before the onset of the hunting season as during non-hunting.
Average losses between start of hunting season (October) and beginning of following reproduction period (March) range between 3.
Joe Duckworth, the League's chief executive, said: "This is the seventh hunting season under the ban, but all the evidence suggests hunts are getting more lawless.