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Taxidermy: The new hipster hobby?
OZY
First it was knitting; then came excessive facial grooming, vegan baking and urban beekeeping. You thought hipster hobbies couldn't get weirder? Brace yourself. Now think: taxidermy. From DIY stuffing kits to workshops and homemade skull jewelry, this old craft is getting a revival from the hands of artists, designers and newcomers determined to make stuffing the dead trendy. Read more: Taxidermy: The New Hipster Hobby? | Fast forward | OZY
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A tribute to birds and their impact on humanity
Motherboard
Next month marks the 100th year anniversary of the passenger pigeon's extinction. While it was once one of the most densely populated birds on earth, the last passenger pigeon, named Martha, died in Cincinnati Zoo on Sept. 1, 1914. "The Wonder of Birds," an exhibition showcasing roughly 220 paintings, drawings, prints, photographs, sculptures, taxidermy works, textiles and archaeology objects explores the impact of all sorts of winged creatures.
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Colorado businesses unite to promote hunting as economic driver
Denver Business Journal
A coalition of large and small businesses and groups in Colorado has formed to promote hunting and recreational shooting as economic drivers of the state economy. The new organization, known as Hunting Works for Colorado, launches with 70 members, from motels, retailers, gas stations, eateries and rural small businesses to sporting and wildlife groups.
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Outdoorsmen develop hunting app
KNOE-TV
Many of you enjoy hunting, and you only have a few more months until you can bring out the camo. To help avoid hunting-related accidents, two outdoors men have developed an app. This technology could help you stay safe, even in the most remote areas of the great outdoors.
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Study: Fracking's impact on wildlife remains unknown
The Guardian
A decade into North America's fracking boom, the impact on wildlife and the environment remains largely unknown, according to a new study. "We're conducting a giant experiment without even collecting the important data on the water, air, land or wildlife impacts," said Sara Souther, an ecologist at the University of Wisconsin, one of the co-authors of the peer-reviewed research examining the environmental impacts of shale gas development in the U.S. and Canada.
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Florida may allow hunters to use silencers
Sun Sentinel
Hunters of deer, turkey and other animals in Florida may soon be able to operate with lethal stealth under a state proposal to allow them to use silencers. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission will consider a proposal at its Sept. 10 meeting to permit silencers, also known as suppressors, for shooting deer, turkey, gray squirrels, rabbits, quail and crows.
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Take aim at these 7 shooting destinations
Gun Digest
Americans love their games and a good number of them also love to shoot. It only makes sense to mix the two and in no activity is this more embodied than in sporting clays. With high-end courses dotting the landscape, shooters can hit the road for a true vacation where they can enjoy not just a little time behind the butt of a gun, but also some of the finer things in life. Here are seven shooting destinations worth visiting.
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Whitetail tips: How to map your hunting area
Outdoor Life
Brad Fitzpatrick writes for Outdoor Life: "I'd spent much of the previous three months scouting my hunting area, collected hundreds of photos of different bucks from trail cams and cataloged every rub, scrape, bedding area and buck sighting on the property. As intimately as I knew the area, I was sure I was in the right position in November when the rut arrived. A herd of does appeared in a grain field just east of my stand, which was no surprise, but when a massive 150-inch buck started chasing does at the opposite end of the field, I was shocked."
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