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Predators on a Pedestal

Recent anti-hunting legislation has found its way back to the topic of predators, but are these proposed laws written by those who are truly educated?

Predators on a Pedestal

Contrary to popular opinion, the hunting of predator species is one of the most efficient tools for their conservation. (Photo courtesy of Joe Ferronato) 

Over the course of the last decade, the hunting community has seen an influx of what could be called non-traditional new hunters. It’s somewhat of a broad generalization to say the traditional hunter is white, male, and, likely, rural. However, we can all agree this has been the persistent stereotype for the last 100 years. Today, there are more women afield than ever. The number of people of color who are taking up the hunt is increasing. And even urban dwellers are heading to into the woods in growing numbers. All these new, and unique, hunters are a welcome addition to our ranks. A more diverse hunting community creates a stronger voice against the anti-hunting movement. It also...

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