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How to identify white-tailed deer tracks and signs

How to identify white-tailed deer tracks and signs | Brian's Science and Technology | Scoop.it
White-tailed deer are native to the United States, Canada, Mexico, Central America, and South America. White-tail deer have also been introduced to New Zealand, Cuba, Jamaica, Hispaniola, Puerto Rico, Bermuda, Bahamas, Lesser Antilles, and some countries in Europe, such as Finland, the Czech Republic, and Serbia. In North America, they are widely distributed east of the Rocky Mountains (elsewhere they have been mostly replaced by black-tailed or mule deer). http://wildernessarena.com/skills/tracking-and-signs/how-to-identify-white-tailed-deer-tracks-and-signs
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Cleaning, cooking, and storing (preserving) wild game

Cleaning, cooking, and storing (preserving) wild game | Brian's Science and Technology | Scoop.it
You must know how to prepare fish and game for cooking, storage, and preservation in a survival situation. Improper cleaning or storage can result in inedible, and wasted, fish or game. http://wildernessarena.com/food-water-shelter/food-food-water-shelter/food-procurement/animal-food/cleaning-cooking-and-storing-wild-game
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How to avoid toxic or poisonous (non edible) fish

How to avoid toxic or poisonous (non edible) fish | Brian's Science and Technology | Scoop.it
There are no simple rules to tell edible fish from those with poisonous flesh and it’s a simple fact – toxic fish contain various types of poisonous substances or toxins in their flesh and are dangerous to eat. In general however, they have the following common characteristics. http://wildernessarena.com/dangers/animals/poisonous-animals/toxic-or-poisonous-fish
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