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Kayla ShaversNew Port Richey, FL – Police have charged 30-year-old Kayla Shavers with child neglect after she left her 9-year-old and 8-month-old in a freezing car while she went hog hunting.

According to the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office, they received a call from the 9-year-old at around 7 a.m. Thursday morning. He told them that he and his baby sister had been in a car for 30 minutes, and the car was off.

Since it was 38 degrees outside, the boy told police he was freezing and called 911 because he figured “a police car would be warmer.” Deputies were dispatched and found the boy and his sister in a car parked on the side of a dark, isolated road.

They waited for nearly 40 minutes before Shavers finally emerged from the woods dressed in camouflage. She told police that she was hunting hogs that have been tearing up her property. She defended leaving the children in the car, explaining she stayed in close proximity and had showed the boy how to crank the vehicle if it got cold.…

Ehrhardt, SCSHowing Animals Respect and Kindness (SHARK), an Illinois animal rights group, has taken the fight against animal cruelty into the 21st century by equipping a state-of-the-art helicopter drone with surveillance equipment to create a platform by which the behavior – or misbehavior – of hunters can be recorded and assessed. Effective? You decide…

On February 12, SHARK operatives deployed the drone outside of the boundary of the Broxton Bridge Plantation. Broxton Bridge Plantation is self-described as offering ‘a wide variety of hunting opportunities on over 7,000 acres of land’ including ‘deer hunting, wild hog hunting, duck hunting over decoys, in addition to pheasants and bobwhite quail.’ On this particular day, though, the target of SHARK was a BBP pigeon hunt.

As the hunters were positioned on the plantation grounds ready for the hunt to begin, SHARK members completed final preparations to the drone that was to serve to document the hunters’ vile actions and contempt for animal life. At the crucial moment, the video-equipped high-technology eight-propeller helicopter drone is released and lifts flawlessly into the air.  …

Readsboro, VT – Investigators say Timothy Bolognani, 49, died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound moments after discovering that he had accidentally shot and killed his friend and hunting partner, Benjamin Birch, 39.

Bolognani, Birch, and a third friend, Mark Colford, had been hunting Saturday when the incident occurred. Police investigators said that the three men were tracking a deer Birch had shot. While separated, Bolognani fired his rifle reportedly causing Birch to cry out.

State police investigators said that Bolognani and Colford found Birch lying on the ground where he died. Investigators added that Bolognani then used his rifle to immediately take his own life.

“These guys were best friends and professional hunters,” Birch’s mother told news reporters.

The deceased hunters were taken to the office of the Chief Medical Examiner for autopsy. According to police, no foul play is suspected.

I can certainly imagine the grief that he felt…  but people need to count to ten or breathe or something.  Suicide-on-impulse is just a really bad idea.…

BILLINGS, Montana — Investigators say the man who was attacked by a wounded grizzly bear did not die from the mauling, but rather a gunshot from the friend who was trying to save him.

The hunting trip from hell happened on Sept 16 along the Montana-Idaho border where four people had gotten together to hunt some black bear. After splitting into groups of two, 20-year-old Ty Bell shot what he thought was a black bear.

He and his hunting partner, 39-year-old Steve Stevenson, waited around for 15 minutes and began tracking the bear they figured was now dead. They eventually found the bear but unfortunately for the men, the bear was very much alive and wasn’t a black bear at all.

There are only about 45 grizzly bears in the entire 2.4-million acre Cabinet-Yaak Ecosystem, and Bell happened to shoot one of them.

The grizzly, being pretty pissed off about getting shot, turned on both men and started for Bell. Stevenson, in a heroic attempt to save his friend, began making noise to distract the bear.…

Craig, Colorado — A hunter in Colorado is feeling the heat after telling reporters how he tracked and killed a 700-pound black bear. After bagging his prize and posing for the picture, Richard Kendall later told the Craig Daily Press that the bear was the largest he’d ever seen and tracked it all the way back to its den. Kendall waited patiently for the bear to come back out so he could shoot it, but after five hours the bear never emerged. So Kendall did something that has upset animal lovers, the anti-hunting crowd and even some hunters…he went inside the den and killed it. The Division of Wildlife says it has been getting lots of calls from people pretty pissed off at Kendall’s method, and want to see him fined, or judging from the comments at this article, much, much worse. But what Kendall did was perfectly legal, so it is doubtful he will suffer any ramifications for what he did aside from the ire of people who feel what he did simply was not ethical.…

SILVER CITY, N.M. – More of them crazy kids today as it now being reported that Thomas Manning, 16, waited until his father’s back was turned before shooting him while deer hunting. The boy also also admitted he doesn’t feel bad for doing it, either. This story started earlier with reports of Manning entering a restaurant on Sunday asking to use the phone, explaining he had accidentally shot his father while out hunting deer. Searchers would locate his father’s body on Tuesday and Manning would eventually go on to change his story. While watching for deer, Manning told investigators his 43-year-old father had his back to him and “he began to have a bad thought about killing his father.” He said he pointed a rifle at his father’s back with his finger on the trigger, debating on killing him. Manning eventually pulled the trigger and described seeing his father’s head move forward and then backward. Manning went on to say he did not feel bad about killing his dad, and to make things even creepier, stayed at the scene a while staring at his father’s dead body.…

FERRUM, Virginia – 23-year-old Jessica Goode was out in the woods collecting frogs for a science project with two other Ferrum College students when 100 yards away 31-year-old hunter, Jason Cloutier, took aim with his high-powered rifle and fired — mistaking Goode for a deer. The bullet struck Goode in the chest, passed through her and through the hand of 20-year-old Regis J. Boudinot. Goode turned to Boudinot and stated “I’m going to die” and then collapsed. Cloutier immediately tried to help Goode, but it was too late. Although this is a tragic accident, Cloutier was not supposed to be hunting on the property. He now faces charges of manslaughter, reckless handling of a firearm and trespassing. He is currently out on bail. A Remembering Jess Goode Facebook page has been created if you want to stop by. I would advise anyone not wearing a bright orange vest with blinking Christmas lights, and a loud speaker exclaiming “I am NOT a deer!” to stay out of the Virginia woods during hunting season. …

Review: Pig Hunt

September 24, 2009 at 8:56 pm by  

John’s uncle passed away recently, leaving him with a large chunk of land that him and his friends plan to use for a few days of camping and pig hunting. But their weekend of booze, boar and guns gets ruined rather quickly – and not just because John tainted the testosterone-laden circle jerk by bringing his hot girlfriend along with them. The further they get into the woods in hunt of their elusive prey, they find that there are a lot of really strange things in these neck of the woods. Along with the unpredictable, country-fried Tibbs brothers the hunting party also run into mutilated emus, homicidal rednecks, marijuana fields, naked Hippie Cult Girls with their machete wielding leader, and the local legend -a 3000 lb, man-eating black boar named The Ripper. Check out the trailer and my thoughts after the jump…


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