Cool story in the Valley News about a volunteer group that uses tracking dogs to find game that was wounded by hunters but got away: “Since 1996, when the practice was legalized, hunters who shoot but lose track of big game — deer, bear, moose, wild turkey — can ring up a leashed dog tracker from a list supplied by the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department.”

The story (here it is) notes that even anti-hunting folks support this practice. As well they should.

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