Proceedings from National Bowhunting Conference

The proceedings from the first National Bowhunting Conference in 2001 are now available. Some of the 24 scientific papers in the proceedings include: "Evaluation of the use of crossbows for deer hunting in Ohio and Arkansas;" "Approaches to managing urban deer with bowhunters in Connecticut;" "Control of urban deer herds by a bowhunters' coalition in Minneapolis, Minnesota;" "Retrieval and loss rates of white-tailed deer by Minnesota bowhunters;" "Big bucks: balancing resident and nonresident bowhunter demands in Illinois;" and "Equipment, skills, and success of South Dakota archery deer hunters."

All attendees of the conference will receive a copy of the proceedings. Others may purchase a copy by sending a check to AMO for $20 (or 3 for $45). Send to Conference Proceedings, AMO, Attn: Kelly Kelly, P.O. Box 258, Comfrey, MN 56019.

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