January 21, 2011

Hunter's Blog Stew

• Colorado turkey hunters can request a free DVD on turkey hunting from the Division of Wildlife.
Hunters may also call (303) 297-1192 or e-mail wildlife.dowinfo@state.co.us and request a free DVD. These will only be mailed to customers who request them. We encourage you to help preserve Colorado’s hunting heritage by sharing your DVD with others interested in hunting.
• A prime consumer of such DVD's might be those who suffer from adult-onset hunting.

• Hodgeman has thoughts on mentoring new hunters.

• Wild-food blogger Langdon Cook is one of those new hunters.


Heather Houlahan said...

I was afflicted with AOH over ten years ago, in with that exact etiology, plus the huge risk factor "Environmentalist moves to Pennsylvania and looks at the forest." I always seem to be about ten years ahead of these things.

Just heard on the radio that canning home-grown food is now "in" with the 20-something crowd. Really? So I'm hip now?

Don't even get me started about the poultry.

I can confidently prognosticate that in about ten years everyone is going to keep sheep and dairy goats, start a meat rabbit colony, brew their own cider, make cheese, root cellar, make braided rag rugs, and learn tractor maintenance.

Tovar@AMindfulCarnivore said...

Thanks for the mention, Chas!

As Heather points out, the early wave of this particular outbreak of AOH came about a decade back. I was a couple years behind, starting about eight years ago.