Howlett, Doug
June 2006
Outdoor Life;Jun/Jul2006, Vol. 213 Issue 6, p18
The article presents a comparison between science and hunter's way of decreasing the population of deers. Time until deer population begins to decrease using scientific approach will take nine years, while hunters can immediately decrease the number of deers. It will cost $5,500 to sterilize a single whitetail deer. In hunting one only needs a $13 for a Carbon Express CX arrow with Crimson Talon broadhead.


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