Police responding to a report of a fire at a deer hunting blind in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula found the remains of a 69-year-old hunter.
Police say the hunter, whose name hasn’t been released yet, was alone when his gun discharged as he tripped on brush Friday.
Authorities say a deer hunter was fatally shot in mid-Michigan by his brother, who was hunting nearby.
About 675,000 hunters are expected to scour woods and rural areas across the state over the 16-day firearm deer season.
Fire up the bow, Ted Nugent, it’s okay to hunt in South Dakota, but not in California.
Our complicated inter-species relationship is in its fourth century