New Community Website for the Outdoorsy and Hunters Launched in Germany

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Jagd & Jagen announced the launch of their new community site for hunters in Germany. The new site is offering many current articles, tips and tricks for outdoor enthusiasts.

The new website "Jagd & Jagen", which is German and is translated into "Hunt & Hunting", just announced their launch in Germany. The site acts as a platform for hunters, who are encouraged to create profiles and exchange hunting experiences and stories. The site wants to act as a platform for hunters to collect information about their favorite past time. At the same time, they hope they can create an active and lively community.

The site also boasts a lot of information for the hunting interested. On "Jagd & Jagen" the hunters can engage in conversations through the hunting forum or use the classifieds section to sell or trade hunting equipment. The site also offers an abundance of articles and news. The website will add new articles and news stories each day and make sure their community stays on top of the newest developments in the German and European hunting industry.

The makers of "Jagd & Jagen" said that many more cool features are about to come. They plan to integrate a moon phase calendar and weather station. In addition they are currently working on a hunting season calendar for all of Germany. The founders of the site are hunters themselves and know what is important to the outdoor and hunting community.

The site is hoping to place itself as "the online place to go" for hunters and outdoor fans. The German hunting community is compared to the US very small. In Germany there are roughly about 360.000 active hunters. Compared to the U.S. this is a very small figure. Just one U.S. state might have more hunters. So creating a community platform will be very challenging in such a small target group.

For more information visit: http://www.jagd-und-jagen.de/

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