March 2008
High Country News;3/17/2008, Vol. 40 Issue 5, p6
An interview with Jim Posewitz, an executive director of Orion, is presented. It talks about Posewitz's view about hunting which is more than just shooting deer or birds. He urges hunters to think about wild life and how it came to flourish in spite of over hunting. He discusses the common grounds of hunters and environmentalists.


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