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11-year-old Mackenzie McCarty makes lovely taxidermy from roadkill
Jezebel
A recent episode of "The Steve Harvey Show" featured the visibly uncomfortable host interviewing 11-year-old Mackenzie McCarty, a budding taxidermist who poses adorable little dead mice in fanciful costumes. It was even better than you're already imagining.
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Lion among huge taxidermy collection in woman's apartment, but the owl brought her down
San Jose Mercury News
A San Jose woman who lived in a one-bedroom apartment with a stuffed menagerie — including a full-sized African lion, a sea turtle and dozens of species of birds — will serve probation and perform community service after she attempted to buy a stuffed barn owl from France via eBay, triggering an international investigation, officials said.
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Coyote hunting excites no matter the season or the end result
The Spokesman-Review
The horizon changed. A new shape appeared. Binoculars focused on a coyote's face. Adrenaline began to flow. After about 25 minutes of electronic calls of coyotes, flocking magpies and now wounded rabbits, the hunter-becoming-the-hunted peered down over the wheat stubble.
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How to choose a gun for small-game hunting
By John McAdams
Most hunters have their first hunting experiences pursuing small game such as rabbits, squirrels or grouse. In addition to being lots of fun, it is also a great way to introduce new hunters to the sport and teach them some of the basic tenants of hunting. That being said, the best small-game hunting guns are usually not ideally suited for hunting big game, which often necessitates different firearms for each. Here is a guide on how to choose a gun for small-game hunting.
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How to prepare for the upcoming rifle season
Rifle Shooter
Winter — late December through early March — is probably the worst time for a rifleman. Just how bad depends a whole lot on where you live, but days are short and most hunting seasons are closed. Ranges are usually open, but the weather can make serious rifle shooting downright miserable if not impossible.
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