About 12.5 million people living in America will go hunting each year. Of these hunters, a large majority will take actual trips out of town on guided mule deer hunts, guided elk hunts and other big game hunts at hunting ranches. They will use black bear hunting guides to offer them tips on taking down big bears, and they will go on hunting vacations where these guided hunts are quite popular. Guided mule deer hunts in particular have gained notoriety for hunters, and for a very good reason. These hunts are dedicated and are normally led by experts.
Lots of things can be learned on these guided mule deer hunts, including fascinating facets about the habits of mule deer, about what they eat and how they roam, and about where they are most easily found in the wild. On these guided mule deer hunts, hunters who have been around the block and those who have just started to gain an interest in hunting can walk side by side with guides who show them the ropes and make their huntings more successful. These hunters can come away from these experiences with way more knowledge not only of mule deer but also of the ways that work to hunt anything from a North American black bear to an elk.
So on these guided mule deer hunts and similar ones, these hunters young and old, new and seasoned, can learn that the black bear of North America is medium in size but that it is both the most common species of bear on the continent and the smallest too. They could learn as well that as much as 85 percent of the food that a black bear eats is made up of vegetables, which usually are shoots and trees’ leaves. They also eat insects and their larvae, which does not constitute vegetable matter but rather meat of sorts. On these excursions to hunt mule deer, black bears and any other kind of big game animal, they could additionally discover that elk are known to stay with the same sex throughout the year except during the rut, which is the season for mating. This aids dramatically for hunters wishing to capture male or female elk, especially to know when mating season is; and these hunters could learn too that turkey litter is used for more than just fertilizer and that when its droppings are mixed together with wood chips they are used to partially fuel electric based power plants.