Hunting in a Fever Tick Quarantine Area Things to Know Before You Go Austin, TX – Hunting season has arrived and Texas Animal Health Commission (TAHC) officials are reminding hunters in South Texas that additional precautions are required when handling white-tailed deer, nilgai antelope, black buck, axis deer, and other exotics located on fever tick… Read More Hunting in a Fever Tick Quarantine Area Things to Know Before You Go
Why Women Hunt Better Than Men Okay, I have your attention, don’t I? This isn’t a girl power or feminist post, I promise. But, I am going to provide you with two key reasons why women are better hunters than men. We all know men have historically been the hunters, and in my opinion are… Read More Why Women Hunt Better Than Men
Ethical behavior is best defined as behavior that is deemed appropriate by the majority of rational people or to act or behave in a manner that is deemed appropriate by a majority of other people involved in the same activity. Each one of us who were raised by parents, guardians, or other responsible adults had… Read More Who Or What Dictates Ethics Within the Deer Industry?
Webster defines a conservationist as “someone who works to protect animals, plants, and natural resources or works to prevent the loss or waste of natural resources.” The age old question, that is always asked by those who oppose the hunting of any wildlife, is how can the hunting and ultimately the killing of an… Read More Hunters are the Ultimate Conservationists
Hunting, whether it is done in the remote areas of the world or on private preserves in various countries throughout the world, is a very emotional and debated issue. There are extreme passions surrounding the topic of hunting that will be debated as long as this world and the people inhabiting it live here. Man… Read More Hunting as a Conservation Tool