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Lady Killers: The Evolution of Hunting Does

Photo by Outdoor Life Archives The cover of the February 1913 issue of Outdoor Life The articles referenced here are unsigned editorials published in the pages of Outdoor Life over the years. You can find all these original editorials, and more, in our archives at Shall We Kill Does? / March 1907 Deer populations at the turn of the 20th century were at an all-time historical low in North America, so it follows that our editors were wary of regulations permitting a doe harvest.
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