Appreciating Ancient Hunters: Brett French Radio Show Preview
By angelamontana

Posted: May 29, 2015

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

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