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38306
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Three different types of fox hunts involve the use of hounds, each with their own distinct style of hunting. They are the gallus hunters, popular in the south, the “hill-toppers,” and the northern hunters. There are also different types of American Fox Hounds, such as the Walker, Birdsong, and Trigg hound.
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38318
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With the end of hunting season, the author suggests sprucing up the habitats of game birds and game animals to ensure a good hunting season next year.
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38320
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Surveying 22 dove hunters on opening day of hunting season, the average cost per dove is about $0.57. The ratings of shooters varied from ‘expert’ to ‘optimistic,’ with the latter being multiple shells fired with zero kills.
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38317
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Although people tend to be scared or believe false things about bats, they avoid humans if possible, are beneficial in their feeding habits, and is a harmless mammal.
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38494
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A collection of short stories about various subjects, such as animal behavior and camping tricks.
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38495
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Departments of letters to the editor, field notes, and items of interest.
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