The traditions of hunting dictate that animals be taken in the spirit of fair play. Some call hunting a sacred act, one of the few activities that allows humans to participate in the life and death cycles of the natural world.
But increasingly, it is the hunter who must defend himself from non-hunters, who question the nobility of the hunt.
Is hunting worth preserving... and is there a hunting ethic that works as we head into the 21st century? OUTDOOR IDAHO explores the issues surrounding "The Hunt."