Lost Art: No longer existing because of the passage of time.
In the days of our forefathers, squirrel hunting was a very common way of putting fare on the table. It didn't matter to our ancestors that one squirrel consisted of only a small amount of meat. They harvested the squirrels, enough to feed themselves and their families, and were grateful for the meals God provided.
What happened to squirrel hunting? Are we too busy in these modern times to bother with hunting such small and insignificant game? Granted there's nothing glorious or monumental about taking a squirrel, but hunting shouldn't always be about the trophy.
Squirrel hunting may very well be the most unconstrained type of hunting in existence. It doesn't require countless hours of sitting in one spot, nor does it involve a great deal of advance preparation or specialized equipment. All you have to do is locate the appropriate habitat and stroll through the area with your eyes on the trees.
So, what constitutes an appropriate habitat for squirrels? In North America, some of the most commonly