Iowa Deer Hunting

November 7, 2007

Iowa deer hunting history is a great example how fast things can go bad without good conservation efforts.  Within a hundred years from the time white settlers first came to Iowa, the deer population was so near being extinct that deer season was legally closed (1898).  It took another half a century for conservation efforts and […]

Alabama Deer Hunting

November 7, 2007

Alabama’s deer population is relatively young compared to many states. When settlers arrived in the early 1800’s the deer population in Alabama was all but wiped out. The hardships brought on by the Civil War, made deer sightings a very rare event by the time the 1900’s arrived. Things begin to change in the early […]

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