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Hunting with Hawks Presents Challenges



Everyone has a favorite hunting partner. Wesley Barney's choice is a sharp-eyed, red-tailed hawk named Tanner.

“Usually we just hunt for squirrels,” said Barney, who earned his falconer's apprentice license in 2019 after retiring from the Marine Corps. "There's a lot of walking and vine-pulling ...

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