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Severely Injured Deer Hunter Refuses Life Support

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Severely Injured Deer Hunter Refuses Life Support

Hunters are given a unique view of death. With the squeeze of a trigger, we see animals take their final breaths. Within a matter of seconds, a browsing deer or flushing pheasant is transformed from a critter bursting with energy into a carcass.

Those of us who spend a lot of time in the woods also watch death come more slowly. We’ll witness a pack of coyotes wear down a yearling whitetail to exhaustion and then tear into her while she’s still kicking. We’ll follow the blood trail of a poorly-hit bull elk as he drags himself down a steep mountain ridge.

But do these experiences give us the courage to face our own mortality? I think they probably helped Tim Bowers.

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