Small Game Hunting

ebook Hunting: Pursuing Wild Game!

By Judy Monroe Peterson

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This educational book explains what small game hunters need to know to be successful and safe during the hunt. The most frequently hunted animals in the United States and Canada are small game. Rabbits, squirrels, woodcocks, and quail are just some of the small game found in the crosshairs. Finding and shooting these small targets is challenging and exciting. Small animals are fast, cautious, and well adapted to their environment. When hunters are successful, they harvest low-fat, delicious meat. Readers learn that people can legally hunt an animal only during its hunting season. All states have bag limits for each small game animal that is hunted and that this limit may change annually as a wildlife management tool. Fun sidebars continue to impart important information and the book concludes with a helpful resource section.

Small Game Hunting