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Hunting is a sport that involves the use of firearms or other weapons such as archery equipment and other primitive equipment in the pursuit of wild animals or birds. It also can describe any activity that employs the use of these weapons for target shooting purposes, but is usually reserved for the pursuit and taking of wild game with weapons. Hunting is the primary means by which animal populations are kept within humane and manageable limits by the harvesting of a suitable percentage of the population to maintain a viable and healthy census of wildlife. Overpopulation results in disease, starvation, nuisance infiltration and unwanted human interaction. Hunting is an extremely important economical consideration as well as for game management purposes.

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Family outings are a great way to enjoy the out of doors together with picnics, hiking, cycling and a host of other activities

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Posted In Lyme Disease on Tuesday, December 11th 2018
Lyme disease is a serious medical condition that is transmitted by the Black Legged Tick, also commonly known as the deer tick
Posted In Lyme Disease on Tuesday, December 11th 2018
Simple family outings in the woods, park, or even your own backyard can leave you vulnerable to picking up ticks.
Posted In Lyme Disease on Monday, December 10th 2018
Lyme disease is a potential threat to the lives of outdoor enthusiasts. It is transmitted by the bite of the deer tick in all stages of its development from the larval or nymph stage to adulthood.
Posted In Lyme Disease on Monday, December 10th 2018
Lyme disease is a very serious affliction that is caused by the transmission of the B. burgdorferi bacterium by the common deer tick.
Posted In Lyme Disease on Monday, December 10th 2018
Humans aren’t the only warm blooded animals that ticks will feed on.
Posted In Lyme Disease on Saturday, December 8th 2018
While it is a good idea to take preventive measures against ticks year-round, be extra vigilant in warmer months (April-September) when ticks are most active.
Posted In Lyme Disease on Saturday, December 8th 2018
Family outings are a great way to enjoy the out of doors together with picnics, hiking, cycling and a host of other activities