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To Book, or Not To Book – The “Trophy” Hunting Controversy

by David Link April 14, 2017

Hunters are by nature collectors. Some of us collect memories of the hunt in the form of photos, others in the form of taxidermy, and still others with a freezer full of high-quality, natural protein. Documentation with entry in a record book is simply another extension of this theme. Hunt safely, hunt ethically, and consider sharing those truly exceptional animals with others who are less fortunate, through record book entry.

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