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?

More headlines:

Blind Hunter Bags Buck

Strange Buck Killed in Michigan

Minnesota Officers Shoot Antlers to Save Deer

Northern Plains States Deer Hit Hard By EHD

15 Deer Trample Michigan Man

CWD Spreads in Nebraska