BEST DEER HUNTING COYOTE KILLING VIDEO EVER!!!


Spectacular Deer Hunting footage of multiple Bowhunting Coyote / Brush Wolf / Prairie Wolf Kill Shots with Lighted Nocks, from one awesome tree stand … Captured ONLY on http://www.HawgNSonsTV.Com

The Original Videos Here:
October 18 2011 http://youtu.be/hrXrI60HP6U

October 21 2011 http://youtu.be/ETqu5tCZx0E

October 26 2011 http://youtu.be/denEDIpCDdg

October 8 2013 http://youtu.be/1w8v6ymP1Zs

Music by:
Tristan Tyrcha http://tristantyrcha.com
the song is: “Path Of Zimmer”

Kevin MacLeod http://incompetech.com
the song is: “Impact Moderato”
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Hunting Whitetails In The Rut: Patience and Endurance


From www. GrowingDeer.tv: It’s the rut and bucks are chasing does everywhere! In this episode 15 year old Raleigh has an encounter with a shooter buck that needed to take just one more step! (1:00 to 2:19) Then Adam and Heath both go to Northern Missouri during prime time of the rut and it’s well worth the trip! See Adam’s hunt as he makes shoot/don’t shoot decisions on several bucks (2:24 to 5:48). Heath self-filmed his hunts and is rewarded with lots of buck activity. A shooter buck comes into bow range on the final day of the hunt. Watch this video and see the great job Heath does at self filming and tagging a nice buck! (6:05 to 12:21). Kill shot is at 11:08.

Once you’ve watched the episode check out the main website at www.GrowingDeer.tv for more great information useful for all deer hunters. If you are on facebook — join the conversation and share photos on Dr. Grant Woods page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Grant-Woods/260242857400

Bowhunting Whitetails


Self filmed bow hunting highlights from NW Michigan during the whitetail deer rut. My new personal best buck!

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Bow Hunting The Rut! Tagging A BIG Indiana Buck!


Nothing will get your heart thumping more than watching a monster rack emerge from the corn! Watch a great success story unfold (6:43) as hard work and a great location pays off big! Plus, Grant has bucks all around him during the Kentucky gun opener. Shoot or don’t shoot? Grant has seconds to decide. Come on and watch! (1:35 to 5:41) The rut is on and the woods are alive!

Once you’ve watched the episode check out the main website at www.GrowingDeer.tv for more great information useful for all deer hunters. If you are on facebook — join the conversation and share photos on Dr. Grant Woods page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Grant-Woods/260242857400

Hunting Whitetail Deer Grunting Buck Charges – Animal Attacks RUT November 9 – 14


2013 Deer Hunting Whitetails – Rutting Grunting Charging Peak Rut Crazed Bucks November 9 – 14
November 14 2013 Lake County Illinois Wind SW 5 – 15 mph. 34 degrees. Clear. Barometer 30.01 Falling. Waxing Gibbous 89% of the Moon is Illuminated. Sunrise is @ 6:41am / set: 4:29pm. 2013 Self Filmed Whitetail Deer Bow Hunting – Rutting Grunting Charging Rut Crazed Bucks. Jr the 4.5 year old dominant buck looking for love… Captured ONLY on http://www.HawgNSonsTV.Com

November 12 2013 Lake County Illinois Wind NW 5 – 15 mph. 24 degrees. Cloudy. Barometer 30.51 Rising. Waxing Gibbous 73% of the Moon is Illuminated. Sunrise is @ 6:39am / set: 4:31pm.

November 10 2013 Lake County Illinois Wind NW 5 – 15 mph. 34 degrees. Clear. Barometer 30.09 Rising. First Quarter 52% of the Moon is Illuminated. Sunrise is @ 6:36am / set: 4:33pm

November 9 2013 Lake County Illinois Wind WSW 20 -25 mph. 47 degrees. Cloudy. Barometer 29.74 Rising. Waxing Crescent 41% of the Moon is Illuminated. Sunrise is @ 6:35am / set: 4:34pm.

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Music by:
Tristan Tyrcha http://tristantyrcha.com
the song is: “Path Of Zimmer”

Kevin MacLeod http://incompetech.com
the song is: “Impact Moderato”
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Buck! Buck! Buck! The Excitement Of Deer Hunting With Kids


It’s the first week of November and another buck falls at The Proving Grounds! Dr. Woods guides viewers through the process of getting young hunters ready to deer hunt over youth weekend. All the preparations pay off as his 11 year old daughter kills her biggest buck to date. Watch as Rae locks her scope behind the shoulder and delivers a deadly Winchester Power-Point! (mark 8:48)

Watch the complete video for the whole story of the hunt! However, if you want to only see the moments surrounding the kill shot go to mark 8:19 and view until 9:25.

Once you’ve watched the episode check out the main website at www.GrowingDeer.tv for more great information useful for all deer hunters. If you are on facebook — join the conversation and share photos on Dr. Grant Woods page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Grant-Woods/260242857400

Tips for Deer Hunting: How To Find Your Next Hunting Hot Spot


From www.GrowingDeer.tv: In this short video tip, Dr. Grant Woods shares an unbelievably easy hunting tip: How to scout from the skinning shed. Watch this video to learn where to look (scout) to find your next great deer hunting spot! (Note: Some viewers may find the “content” to be too graphic for their tastes.)

If you like videos from GrowingDeer.tv visit our main website at www.GrowingDeer.tv for more videos and cool stuff interesting to hunters and land managers. Join the conversation with Dr. Woods on FaceBook at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Grant-Woods/260242857400?ref=hl or Twitter @GrowingDeer

Family Antelope Hunt -Idaho 2013


My wife, 5 year old daughter, and I head out to Southern Idaho to chase antelope. It was a good day of hunting, bonding, gun safety, and the outdoors. Our family has used hunting and fishing as a way to teach our daughter about sustainable food sources, healthy eating, the carbon footprint of food sources, as well as firearm safety and respect for the outdoors and animals. We hope you enjoy this footage.

Transferring traditional knowledge on caribou and reindeer to Aboriginal youth


Cette vidéo est en anglais. Le français est disponible par le biais des sous-titres. / Este vídeo está en Inglés. Está disponible en Español a través de subtítulos.

Prince Albert Model Forest (Canada) and Vilhelmina Model Forest (Sweden)

Researchers in Canada and Sweden are working with youth and elders from indigenous communities in both countries to gather traditional knowledge on caribou hunting and reindeer herding in boreal forest ecosystems. They are analyzing how climate change is impacting these activities. This project has highlighted the importance of young people reconnecting with elders and acquiring their knowledge.

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Savoir traditionnel sur le caribou et le renne transmis aux jeunes Autochtones
Forêt modèle de Prince Albert (Canada) et Forêt modèle de Vilhelmina (Suède)

Des chercheurs du Canada et de la Suède travaillent avec des jeunes et des aînés des communautés autochtones des deux pays pour recueillir le savoir traditionnel sur la chasse au caribou et l’élevage de rennes dans les écosystèmes de la forêt boréale. Ils analysent comment les changements climatiques affectent ces activités. Ce projet a souligné l’importance pour les jeunes de se reconnecter avec les ainés et d’acquérir leur savoir.

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Saber tradicional sobre caribú y reno transmitido a jóvenes indígenas
Bosque Modelo Prince Albert (Canadá) y Bosque Modelo Vilhelmina (Suecia)

Investigadores de Canadá y Suecia trabajan con jóvenes y ancianos de las comunidades indígenas de los dos países para recopilar el saber tradicional sobre la caza del caribú y el pastoreo del reno en los ecosistemas forestales boreales. Analizan cómo el cambio climático está afectando éstas actividades. Este proyecto ha puesto de relieve la importancia para los jóvenes de volver a conectarse con los ancianos y adquirir sus conocimientos.