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Library Books About Hunting Rights

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Hunting - Louise I. Gerdes
Call Number: 799.2 Hunting
Opposing Viewpoints
Is hunting now only a recreational activity or sport? Or is it still a means for putting food on the table for some families? What is the role of hunting in the 21st century? Is the number of hunters declining? These and other controversial questions are discussed in a collection of essays by a variety of authors and organizations that reflect their viewpoints such as the Humane Society of the United States, Jane Goodall, People for the Ethical Use of Animals, college professors, and people who hunt.

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Hunting - David E. Newton
Call Number: 799.2 Newton
Examines the history, legal aspects, equipment, and various philosophies of hunting.

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The Hunting Debate - Trudy J. Hanmer
Call Number: 799.2 Hanmer
Examines both sides of the debate over whether recreational hunting is a cruel practice or a legitimate sport, discussing such aspects as gun control, animal population control, and the traditional nature of the activity.


Library DVDs & Streaming Videos About Hunting Rights

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Whitetails in America - Griffen Producations
Call Number: DVD 599.65 Whitetails
Witness a doe giving birth in a secluded woodland; watch a doe raise twin fawns and learn about a deer's diet, social groups and daily habits; observe bucks growing antlers, scent-marking their territory and fighting for dominance; follows herds on their annual migration to ancestral yarding areas; experience survival strategies; visit a suburban neighborhood and see how the deer can thrive in the shadows of civilization and examine the growing conflict between deer and humans.

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Season of the Whitetail Buck - Griffen Productions
Call Number: DVD 599.65 Season
Witness the noctural ways of an older male; watch a mature buck remove and eat the velvet from his antlers in a prelude to the breeding season; observe dominant males aggressively pawing scrapes and rubbing trees; listen to a huge buck snort wheeze as two rivals clash antlers in a confrontation; experience the mating season when a massive eleven-pointer tends a doe in estrus.

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Moose: Spirit of the North Woods - Griffen Productions
Call Number: 599.65 Moose
The life-cycle of moose and the images and sounds of the north woods. As the seasons change follow the moose as they face predators, human threats and the harsh northern winter.

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