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History of Hunting in Kentucky Part 2

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our series on the history of hunting in Kentucky continues with part II, “Market Hunting.” In early settlement times, game laws and conservation practices didn’t exist. In its place was over harvest, which decimated many native wild animal populations. Eastern elk, river otter and bison are just some of the species extirpated from the state, while populations of wild turkey and white-tailed deer nearly disappeared.

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