September 1951
"Lugging in the trophies, a la packboard, was the final step". Field & Stream Online Editors
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“Mrs. (Trudee?) Danison, wife of President of American Museum of Natural History” Field & Stream Online Editors
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“Stone Sheep” Field & Stream Online Editors
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January 1940
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August 1939
“The Ampitheater of the Big Horn Sheep with a sea of peaks capping the panorama. Alberta, Canada.” Field & Stream Online Editors
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January 1958 Field & Stream Online Editors
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September 1946
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December 1951
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February 1939
“A bullet to the base of the ear did the (trick?) … we added two fine tusks” Field & Stream Online Editors
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December 1952
“Food pockets are a good bet late in the year when food becomes scarce and scattered. Dried grapes in tangles of vines such as this pay off.” Field & Stream Online Editors
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August 1940
“The dry-pine fire just even with Cliff’s middle.” Field & Stream Online Editors
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August 1938
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August 1948
“Looking for walrus. Sea-horse point, Fox Channel” Field & Stream Online Editors
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January 1937
“The Rimrods: Three of the Lee boys with a big lion and some of their best dogs.” Field & Stream Online Editors
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October 1938
“Radio equipped Ken shoots a big one.” Anybody have ideas on what this guy is doing here? I’m thinking he’s radio tracking some kind of animal and hitting it with a sedative dart from that blowgun. Maybe a mountain lion? Let me know what you think: nate.matthews at time4.com Field & Stream Online Editors
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“ALASKAN MOOSE HUNTERS USE CUB. Gentry w. Shuster of Safeway Aireways, Seward, Alaska reports they use their Piper Cub J-3 not only for training, but also to haul game out of close places ‘as they are unsurpassed for this.’ He’s shown here after the Cub landed in a short clearing to pick up a moose. Shuster adds, ‘We always carry a sharp axe to chop our way out of places like this’.” Field & Stream Online Editors
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“The 150 gr. bronzepoint caught up with the dog coyote.” Field & Stream Online Editors
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June 1930
“My big alligator had crawled ashore to die.” Field & Stream Online Editors
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June 1926
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February 1957
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December 1953
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“Dall Ram” Field & Stream Online Editors
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August 1928
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February 1943
“House of Horns, Yellowstone Park. Horns assembled by Park Ranger. Moose, elk, bison, and deer.” Field & Stream Online Editors
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June 1946
“Freckles failed to see the humorous side of his reluctant retrieving of a woodcock that fell into an icy trout stream.” Field & Stream Online Editors
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October 1926
“The author with an unusually big one.” Field & Stream Online Editors

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