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  • Personal Narrative Essay: Deer Or No Deer

    Deer Or No Deer When I was younger I sat in a deer stand with my dad. I started at the age of nine and I loved it. Every day during deer camp I woke up early to walk out to the field with him. We would get up around 4 or 5 in the morning. I always lite a fire in the fireplace to get rid of the chill in the cool morning air. Then I would get dressed up for the cold weather to come and prepare for the great hunt we were about to receive. I could not shoot a deer legally I was twelve. Once I could legally harvest a deer, I couldn't wait for the season to start. I was so excited when I finally got the chance to take hunter's safety class online. I passed my written test and went to take the field test that you must attend to receive your certificate. During the field test I had to carry a…

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  • Deer Overpopulation

    thousands of people hit deer every year, and hundreds of people are injured in the United States because deer herds are overpopulating. Animals being struck by vehicles has been a big problem that multiple Americans face in their lives. When it comes to deer there isn 't much you can do to stop your vehicle from hitting them. One deer can cause thousands of dollars worth of damage to a vehicle. It is guaranteed that someone you know has struck a deer or even been seriously injured by a…

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  • Argumentative Essay On Deer Hunting

    lung shot into your ten-point buck. A sense of accomplishment floods every thought of your brain, after weeks of watching this deer you have finally shot him dead. The perfect wall hanger. Trophy hunting deer when done legally is morally right. Trophy hunting helps regulate the deer population. In Montgomery County deer are about 50% over populated. Which may not seem to be a big deal, but when overpopulation occurs problems happen throughout the ecosystem. Overpopulation can lead to wide spread…

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  • Deer Hunting Essay Topics

    How to Deer Hunt Deer hunting can be considered a method of survival to obtain food and warm clothing or as a sport. Although deer hunting is typically considered a sport and rarely used for food nowadays in the United States, throughout history hunting has been used for clothing and food. “Deer were an integral part of Native American’s lives. Meat and bone marrow made up a large part of their diet. Indians used hides for clothing, rugs, blankets, fishnets, and tools out of bones. They crafted…

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  • Narrative Essay On Deer Hunting

    Trophy Deer Beep...Beep...Beep...Beep. This is the sound our alarm clock made at 4:30 on the morning of November 24, 2015. It was opening day of Illinois shotgun season (deer season) and my dad and I could not be more excited about our hunt! I checked the weather on my phone to determine the amount of clothing I should wear. The weather app said it was in the low 20s, so we needed to wear many layers. I went out to start the truck to warm it up and about 5 minutes later, we were headed out! The…

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  • Deer Hunting Case Study

    Throughout the history of deer hunting in the United States, management tactics have rarely been taken advantage of. However, in recent years outdoorsmen across the nation have been driven by their passion of wildlife to begin implementing new, more sustainable practices. Wildlife management in the hunting industry stems from multiple sources, whether it be the pursuit of larger antlers or simply the need to put meat in the freezer. Nevertheless, the foundation of any program remains to be the…

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  • Deer Hunting Problems

    with deer hunting This paper will talk about three problems and three solutions to the problems. I will talk about the length of deer season, overpopulated parks, and the length of bow and rifle season. This first paragraph will talk about the first problem which is the length of deer season. There are two sides of this problem some people want deer season longer and some people want deer season longer. The people that want deer season shorter are the people that are against hunting deer.…

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  • When Skinning A Deer

    When skinning a deer, you can do it yourself or take it to a butcher. Getting prepared: You will need a tree branch, metal frame or even a tractor to lift the deer up for skinning. You will also need: Strong Ropes Clean Water Securely tie the rope under the deer's head. Achilles tendons can be used to hang the deer. It is much easier to remove the intestines, stomach and other organs when the deer is hanging. Furthermore, the bladder is comfortable making skinning easier. Remove Organs The…

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  • Deer Killing Solution

    Is Killing the Solution Over the past Century there have been various opinions on how to prevent, or maintain overpopulation of White-Tailed Deer (WTD). Although killing is the oldest, and most effective method of deer population control, according to the North Carolina Wildlife Resource Commission (NCWRC). Some animal rights groups like People for the ethical treatment of animals (PETA) feel that the killing of the WTD is not the answer to the problem. The population of these beautiful WTD is…

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  • Speech On Deer Hunting

    Deer hunting is a great sport I love the excitement and the rush that you get from an animal. I am always looking to improve on techniques for being quiet when the deer are approaching my stand I like to stand when a deer is coming than sitting down because it gives me more room and I can pull my bow a lot easier than sitting down. But some hunters like to sit down so they don’t scare the deer away, but I think it’s more of a challenge to do. As a deer hunter there is a right time and a wrong…

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