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It could only be as a fictional tale would be unbelievable. A man and his dog left out alone for one last hunt together. His dog, a little female black lab, is now 13 and although her heart is still strong her body is failing. So this would be it, the last hunt together, the last sunrise shared waiting for whistling wings cutting the air.
They walked out together and settled in. The morning opened before them and the birds began to fly. Not many, but more than enough for their purpose. Soon a goose fell to the gun, followed by green-winged teal and a pair of mallard drakes.
With one duck to go the man and dog waited as the action slowed. As the sun climbed higher reaching from the eastern sky, a mallard pair headed in their direction. What happened next was nothing new to dog and man. The drake and hen spotted what they thought were other ducks enjoying morning feeding and resting and headed in for a closer look. Satisfied that all was well, they pitched into land in the open space directly in front of the pit blind.
Now, this part is where it becomes legendary. She was locked in and he called her name just like every mark before.
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She mustered her remaining strength and moved through the shallows to her prize. When she reached the duck she grabbed it like all the others and headed back to her partner who was taking in the last retrieve. But then he saw something else. A glint of silver caught by the sun.
But it was, the mallard was banded! She brought the drake to hand and the swell of pride began rising in the man.
His joy was evident and he praised her like never before. She could feel it too and her tailed wagged and wagged and wagged. She knew nothing of trophies, only that he was happy and that made her happy too. So here is to all the dogs we have loved and lost with names like Ace, Boomer, Jack, Hatchet, and a myriad of others.
A big-game hunter who prides himself on his skills in hunting without firearms, Dr. Palmer was profiled in in The New York Times, when he shot an elk dead from 75 yards with a compound bow in pursuit of a new bowhunting record. Once he was named as the hunter who killed Cecil, Dr.
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His Yelp page was also overrun with indignant commenters. A makeshift memorial featuring plush animal toys had been set up outside the office on Tuesday afternoon. In a statement, Dr. Palmer defended his actions , saying that he believed what he had done was legal. Palmer said.
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He said he had not yet been contacted by the authorities in Zimbabwe. Palmer has had past legal problems related to hunting. He faced probation after he pleaded guilty in to making a false statement to federal officials about where, exactly, a black bear was killed in Wisconsin.
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Attempts to reach Dr. Palmer on Tuesday at his home and his office were unsuccessful.