My column on the unfortunate tendency toward hunter shaming as a solution to issues such as waning bird numbers.
I don't advocate hunting purely in pursuit of reaching a limit, but hunting is about killing, and I'm not going to apologize for shooting and eating a few quail, or eating a limit of quail on those rare occasions I shoot that well.
One Reply to “Hunter Shaming Gets Us Nowhere”
I live in Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania. We have the game commission put game birds out every year. Why you ask. No native population left. Why you ask. COYOTES OUT OF CONTROL! I have six English Setters. Even on game lands you need to be quick to beat the Coyotes and Prey Birds, hawks, owls, etc. It sucks. Nobody hunts the coyotes and the prey birds are protected.