Hunters return for lunch after participating in the annual Wounded Warrior hunt at Enterprise South Nature Park early Monday morning. Twenty-five hunters received passes to hunt in an attempt to lower the population as the deer are overpopulating the recreational area and causing food to become scarce.
Twenty-five veterans received passes to hunt whitetail deer at Enterprise South Nature Park in the second annual “Hunt for Warriors.” The hunt is held to prevent overpopulation of deer in the recreational area.
Dan Henry, a native of Atlanta, Ga., graduated from the University of Georgia with a bachelor’s of fine arts and a minor in journalism in 2001. Dan worked as a photojournalist in Atlanta and North Alabama before joining the Chattanooga Times Free in 2005. While in Chattanooga. Dan has received numerous state and national awards on a multitude of platforms including still imagery, video, and multimedia projects. Contact Dan at 423-757-6693 or email@example.com.
related articles »
DECATUR, Ala. — Danny Slaten doesn't compete anymore. But that doesn't mean that he couldn't.
It had been two decades since Bill Norton returned from Vietnam.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — A new specialty vehicle tag in Alabama is raising money to help wounded veterans go hunting.
Graduating from training wheels is not quite the rite of passage as getting a driver's license. Then again, the Tennessee ...