A Question of Identity

In my November column in the Alberta Outdoorsmen, I discuss how I enjoy still hunting — the art of moving quietly through the woods without being detected. I describe how that technique got me close to a trophy  deer last year and identify it as a mule deer, an animal I did not have a licence to hunt.

For me, still hunting is like an addiction, something I must do this time of year to reconnect with the fall woods.

So, what’s wrong with that?



About Don Meredith

I am a writer and biologist living in Alberta, Canada. I wrote a monthly column for the Alberta Outdoorsmen magazine, and have published articles for several other magazines.
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