In the Wild with Greg Wagner

What Deer Hunting Means by Nebraska Game and Parks Commission
November 13, 2009, 3:03 pm
Filed under: Deer, Hunting | Tags: , , ,

It’s a quiet, intensely personal sport; one that has no spectators, takes you away from computers, cell phones, Blackberries, IPods and television and forces you to slow down, smell the wind and observe nature in an intimate sort of way. There are no home field advantages here; in fact, every session in the field is an away game against your competitor while being at the whim of the weather. The hours of this unique sport are measured by the path of the sun, rather than by a scoreboard clock. Plus, it’s the little occurrences that happen during this experience that make it such a rich and rewarding one, like the chatter of a fox squirrel, coyotes yipping in the distance and that raccoon climbing the tree next to you.  

 Firearm deer hunting is such a fine way to watch wildlife and enjoy the great outdoors of Nebraska. You know, bagging a deer is purely a bonus, isn’t it? 


Good hunting, be safe, enjoy! We’ll see you out there.

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