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NH: Staying safe from hunters

October 17, 2010

Active Outdoors: Hiking smart in fall means being seen

Let's take Vermont as an example. With 80,000 licensed hunters last year they had five shooting accidents. All were in the same hunting party, none of the people shot were wearing hunter orange. By the way, three of these accidents were during spring turkey hunting season, not in the fall.

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