Too often, conversations about diet get short-circuited by the certainty and intolerance characteristic of fundamentalism.
I once knew a man who had a small horizontal sign above his front door frame, up against the ceiling. If you looked up, you saw it just before you stepped outside: “You never know.” The more time I spend in the woods, the more sense the motto makes.
Had I, he asked, ever wounded an animal but failed to kill and recover it? If so, how did I deal with that?
Emotionally speaking, what are the differences between hunting wild animals and slaughtering domestic ones?
The spread of Adult-Onset Hunting (AOH) continues to worry experts.
Hunting, like angling, is filled with uncertainty: sometimes luck, sometimes lack of luck.
I’d like a bumper sticker that tells the world why I hunt and how I feel about the wild creatures whose world I share.