Hunting in a Free Fall

McCombie, Brian
January 2001
Field & Stream;Jan2001, Vol. 105 Issue 9, p16
Reports the decline of the number of hunters in Canada. Impact of urbanization on animal hunting; Preference of youngsters for computers and televisions; Existence of restrictive and expensive gun laws.


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