A group of hunters in the United States and Canada are sharing their experiences with a group of experts to help hunters understand the differences between the two options.
A group of researchers and hunters in Western Washington state are sharing some of their tips and experiences in a forum for the hunters.
A Facebook page for the group, Hunters, has been growing rapidly since its creation late last year.
In January, the hunters started the Facebook page “Hunters, Hunters” to help them stay informed and help each other find solutions to problems they encounter while hunting.
The Hunters, Hunters Facebook page is now more than 3,000 members strong.
Some hunters have already taken to the Facebook site to share their thoughts and experiences about hunting.
One hunter, named Tom, shared his experience with the group.
Tom said he has had a hard time finding a group that understands hunting.
Tom was one of the first hunters to share his experience of hunting.
He said he learned a lot from the Hunters, Hunts.
He says that he feels like he is part of the hunting community and that the hunters are always there for each other.
“The hunters are great.
They are really good people.
I love hunting,” he said.”
I feel like I am the best part of it,” Tom added.
“It is the best thing I have ever done in my life.”
Tom’s experience may not be shared by all hunters, but it is certainly not the only one.
A study published in the journal Science found that hunters and guides who were part of a hunter group had a higher rate of successful hunting and were more likely to be successful in their hunting endeavors.
Hunters and guides also were more willing to help their friends who were hunters, and were also more likely than the average hunter to provide support to hunters on their hunting trips.
The hunters’ Facebook page has received more than 20,000 likes since its initial posting.