A Call for Conservation — The Upland Stamp
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Writer, hunter and conservationist Christine Cunningham makes a case for the fledgling movement to institute an Upland Stamp to protect America’s wingshooting habitat. Whether your position is yea or nay, Christine’s essay is eloquent and compelling. Read it now on Shotgun Life at http://bit.ly/1xgorwN

A Texas Hill Country Respite at Joshua Creek Ranch
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Dick Jones visits Joshua Creek Ranch for wingshooting, clays and some great food and hospitality. Read his report on Shotgun Life at http://bit.ly/1MIwSoh .

Joe Coogan Follows His Heart Back to Africa
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Joe Coogan has left Benelli USA and is returning to his roots in Africa to lead wingshooting adventures and safaris. As a protégé of the legendary Professional Hunter Harry Selby, Mr. Coogan is one of the last witnesses to the Golden Age of Hunting in Africa. We delve into Mr. Coogan’s incredible past to see how it impacts his new career. On Shotgun Life at http://tinyurl.com/pk8yzb3 .

Vegetarian Hunters. Yes, Really.
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Holly Heyser shatters your stereotypes about vegetarians and duck hunting in the March column of “Butt, Belly, Beak, Bang.” Holly relates her experience of introducing young vegetarians into the duck hunting marshes around Sacramento — eloquently writing about the experience from both sides of the argument. Certainly one of the best essays to come from Holly. On Shotgun Life at http://tinyurl.com/kxp8bac .

Elizabeth Lanier Goes Side by Side for March
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In her March column, Elizabeth Lanier shows you gals (and guys) the best way to have fun with a side by side — including some of the top events. On Shotgun Life at http://tinyurl.com/lxwyfkt

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