Hadzabe man with bow and arrow. The Hadzabe live about miles north of the San near Tanzania's Serengeti. They split from the founding population (the San) around years ago. Today the Hadzabe are one of the last groups of hunter-gatherers on Earth.
A mathematical pattern of movement called a Lévy walk describes the foraging behavior of animals from sharks to honey bees, and now for the first time has been shown to describe human hunter-gatherer movement as well.
CyberTracker Software integrated for the use of tracking animals, birds, insects and other creatures in the animal kingdom through the latest in modern science and technology - an ancient art in a modern world.
Kyudo - the Japanese art of archery. "When an archer is shooting for fun he has all his skill. If he shoots for a brass buckle he is already nervous. If he shoots for a prize of gold he goes blind or sees two targets – he is out of his mind. His skill has not changed, but the prize divides him. He cares. He thinks more of winning than of shooting – and the need to win drains him of power." ~ Chuang Tzu