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Farmington hunting guide and taxidermist's attention to detail stands out
The Daily Times
Anthony Hampton's hands did not shake as he sprayed an almost invisible dusting of brown paint along the nostrils and edges of the eyes of a mule deer whose head was temporarily mounted on a wall in the Best of the West Taxidermy workshop in Bloomfield. The passion the 25-year-old Farmington man has for what he does shines through in all of his work. While taxidermy is a field where precision is always key, Hampton put in the slightest bit of extra effort into this particular mule deer. After all, Hampton watched this buck — which stood out with its 200-inch, trophy-worthy antlers — for three years in Hunting Unit 2, south of Bloomfield, until he was finally able to lead a hunter to him.
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Guess what they found in record-setting Stokes Gator's stomach; taxidermist reveals all
Al.com
Ken Owens has skinned and mounted an untold number of wild animals at his Autaugaville taxidermy shop. Recently, he put his knife to what is believed to be a world-record alligator killed on the Alabama River during this year's state gator hunt.
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Biologists find 'unprecedented' level of CWD in deer farm
Deer & Deer Hunting
Biological research officials from multiple agencies have confirmed at least seven captive whitetail deer on one northeast farm were infected with chronic wasting disease (CWD), heightening concerns about the potential spread of the fatal disease. The seven deer were identified earlier this year on a farm in Pennsylvania as having the disease, which is fatal.
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10 uses for a triangle bandage
Outdoor Life
There's a good chance that if you have a first aid kit there's at least one triangle bandage in there. While many people know of those large fabric bandages as an arm sling, that one task isn't the only thing this cool cloth can do. In this article are ten other ways you can use a triangle bandage in a survival scenario or medical emergency.
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Simple joys of a squirrel hunt
The Daily Progress
Squirrel hunting is an overlooked sport. All the basics of hunting can be learned when trying to bag a limit of squirrels. Not only would kids benefit from this practice, but also adults who have little or no experience in hunting. Before anyone takes a high-powered rifle into the woods for a deer hunt, they should first cut their teeth on squirrels.
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