“The last bite.”It's a sign of respect for the animal that's just given its life up so that another may live. An ancient hunters tradition that spans virtually all aboriginal cultures world wide.
Something a lot of traditional European hunters do, that American hunters might consider emulating.
I always say a prayer of thanks to any animal I kill for food. Its just how I was taught when I was a kid.
He is giving it a last mouthful or meal for the 'afterlife'. It is a sign of respect for the animal whose life you have just taken, hopefully, to prolong your own. Here in Europe we DO have a different take on killing animals, as you can see. He is very visibly moved by the event, if you watch carefully.Why is he decorating it with twigs?