"The Doctorate in Woodsy Knowledge can only be taught by Mother Nature in the Classroom of the Outdoors."
Dave Canterbury 2014
This was a very interesting series Dave, would the same principle work for such things as squirrel hides, or small game? Would there be enough brain matter to mix with the water? Or would you have to use material from a larger animal? I would think that the amount of brain matter needed would be proportional to the animal size/hide size, unless it were something like small brained Dinosaur hide or something we no longer have as a resource. Thanks for the videos!
Where are the videos?
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