My hunting journey began early, 5am before the sun rises in the savage wilderness.
Here we see the "bitchica-blondeum", a very rare species. Here we see her stretching before her daily swimming routine.
This, a more common species, the "majestic swallow" taking flight. I think I startled her.
A relative to the African gazelle, note the slim muscular body designed to quick sprints to avoid predators.
A native to the beaches of California, the "large breasted cisticola". Notice her bright breast, this is because it's mating season and she seeks a male. I believe I'll mount this one on my wall.