A NEW DUTCH TREAT: TROPHY GOOSE HUNTING IN A VERY “GREEN” WORLD
Netherlands is green. About half the size of South Carolina, its citizens are among Europe’s most liberal, a phenomenon that local hunters call “green.” Its park-like landscape is as one guest described, “so emerald green it burns your retinas.” The countryside is as idyllic as a 1970s Disney movie replete with narrow, cobblestone streets, laser-straight rows of tulips that stretch to the horizon, lazily churning, centuries-old windmills, skillfully manicured topiaries, politely smiling, mostly blonde bicyclists, tidy wood-shingled farmhouses back dropped by aromatic dairy farms and lush crops of hay, corn, and sugar beets. There’s water everywhere. Seemingly millions of miles of drainage channels effectively displace water with Dutch efficiency to myriad larger canals and immense reservoirs retained by the country’s iconic dikes, the country’s highest topographical points that loom on every horizon. Copious water, forage grass and agriculture: it’s a waterfowl utopia, location of the world’s newest goose hunts. There’s no goose-hunting season either. But there’s goose hunting!
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