Shooting Bambi To Save Mother Nature The number of hunters in the U.S. is falling, which is bad news for wildlife conservation.
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Shooting Bambi To Save Mother Nature

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Shooting Bambi To Save Mother Nature

Shooting Bambi To Save Mother Nature

Shooting Bambi To Save Mother Nature

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The number of hunters in the U.S. is falling, which is bad news for wildlife conservation.

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There are stories behind every deer head and set of antlers at Tom Wrasse's hunting shack. It's rare, he says, to see big bucks in this area anymore though.
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