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Eye on the Outdoors

Knowing the Canadian beaver

Back in the 50s and 60s, before many of my readers were even born, as a conservation officer I had the pleasure of undertaking many studies on specific wildlife. The most interesting of all was the Canadian Beaver.

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Anti-hunting lives on

There are misconceptions and misunderstandings about firearms and their use in hunting and target-shooting, as well as in the simple collection of guns. The history of bloodshed in our many wars has led some people to associate the use of firearms in war with the hunting of wild animals and birds.

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Factors in wildlife management

Look at a section of forest that has been harvested. A group of conservation-minded people entered the cut and made a number of bush piles. The bush pile becomes a safety net for rabbits, squirrels and other such creatures, but let’s not stop there.

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