Today’s roundup leads with three particularly provocative stories.
First, from the Iowa City Gazette, a Cedar Rapids deer hunter’s experience with a lead-poisoned eagle changes his opinion on lead-free ammo. Would it affect yours?
Second, from the Boston Herald, a hunting accident raises a pair of legal questions: Should Massachusetts’s law (a) require hunters to gain permission before hunting private property, and (b) clearly identify their target before shooting. What do you think?
And third, whenever a toddler kills a deer, or two in this case from the Tidewater News, there’s the obligatory question: How young is too young? Care to weight in?