The psychological and physiological impact of hunting never ceases to amaze me. What happens to the human body and mind when you find yourself in position to harvest (the politically correct term for “kill”) wild game.
About three years ago my wife and I moved to a rural part of Hamilton County where whitetail deer are seemingly as common as the sparrows that visit your bird feeder. Few days pass that we don’t see deer in our own field or even walking through the yard. When we first moved here, every deer we saw was…READ MORE.
by Richard Simms
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