Air Rifle Shooting - Grey Squirrel Management + COOKING Grey Squirrel



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Grey Squirrels are considered a pest in the UK and there are many Grey Squirrel management programs throughout the UK. They are considered a threat to the native Red Squirrel, a threat to forestry, and a threat to the woodland nesting birds. I shoot Grey Squirrels in a woodland for both control and food but I am not out to wipe the woodland population out for the reasons shown in the video. In the video, I talk about the Grey Squirrel management and my personal approach to Grey Squirrel shooting and in addition cook a shot Grey Squirrel which, are great to eat as many more people are discovering. If they do have to be controlled, and they are good to eat, why not eat them instead of just shooting. The recipe shown is a great way to cook Grey Squirrel slow cooked with chorizo stew.
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Channel Page:
https://www.youtube.com/c/CornishShoreandKayakFisherman/videos
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Rifle Used:
Weihrauch 100KT 177
Scope:
Hawke Fastmount 3-12x50
Pellets:
JSB Exact Heavy 10.34g
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Chapters:
00:00 Intro
01:48 Grey Squirrel Management
05:35 Shooting
08:41 Cooking
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Recipe Adapted From:
https://www.wildmeat.co.uk/blogs/recipes/slow-cooked-squirrel-and-chorizo-stew
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