Posted on April 12, 2011
In recent years, more girls and women have taken up hunting, an activity long considered a man's domain.
Possible theories for this rise in interest abound: Some say it is due to greater educational opportunities for novice hunters, a renewed interest in conservation or simply that the hunting community has become more welcoming to females.
Read Original at: The Daily Record (Parsippany, N.J.)
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