Urban Bowhunters

A large majority of Americans approve of hunting. Problem is they don’t have a high opinion of hunters themselves. To many they’re just beer-swilling rednecks who behave irresponsibly. Often they arrive at this conclusion without knowing any hunters personally. Contrary to popular belief, the new frontier for bagging a monster buck isn’t the wilds of Minnesota or the rolling hills of Texas. It’s the fragments of forest and ribbons of green that snake through the heart of sprawling cities. In Atlanta’s sprawling suburbs, two rival teams must overcome neighborhood fears and concerns in order to practice an ancient art: hunting deer with a bow.

Civil Rights & Social Justice|Environment & Nature


Jonathan Wickham