On average, 13.7 million hunters hit the field every year in pursuit of game with 11 percent of that figure being women.
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Celebrity sportswomen are commonplace on television, Internet and more and have recently come under fire by the anti-hunting community for promoting an outdoor lifestyle.
However, in recent months, average women hunters are finding themselves in the crosshairs, being threatened and harassed by people from around the globe.
As is the case with Charisa Argys, a Colorado native and avid huntress who recently came under attack after a photo of her with a trophy mountain lion was shared on Facebook by an animal rights activist. That person, Silvia Wadhwa, is a German financial journalist currently working in Frankfurt, Germany.