Appreciating Ancient Hunters: Brett French Radio Show Preview
By angelamontana


Hunting can be a difficult endeavor, even with all of today’s modern equipment such as telescopic rifle sights, binoculars and GPS devices. So when you are feeling discouraged about not filling a tag, think back to the ancient hunters and how difficult hunting must have been for them. Perhaps no one in the West is more familiar with paleo-Indian hunters that Wyoming rancher turned archaeologist George Frison. The 90-year-old has unearthed some incredible sites across the state, including the last documented mammoth kill site. As a former hunting guide, he has a profound appreciation for the ancients’ understanding of animals and their movements. To read more about his remarkable life and discoveries, read the story in The Billings Gazette at http://bgz.tt/8v29s

(Written by Brett French: Outdoors Editor for the Billings Gazette)






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