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Offline bisho034

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Traditional Archery Research
« on: January 21, 2014, 06:37:22 pm »
Hello Everyone,

This post may look familiar because it was originally posted on the announcements page.  I am an anthropologists who studies traditional hunting (I am also a lifelong hunter, who just started archery and making self bows).  Because there are so few hunter-gatherers who still hunt with bow technology, I am using traditional archers as a source for information about the outcomes of hunts using bows so that we can better understand why some animals were hunted and others ignored.

For those of you who actively bow hunt, as I am sure that most of you do, it would be a tremendous help to me personally, and also to our anthropological understanding of the history of human hunting if you would be willing to take this 20 minute anonymous survey.  You can take it multiple times, and each time will result in a chance to win a $200 gift card to Cabelas, Bass Pro Shops, or Woods and Water.

Here is the link to the survey (just remove the two hyphens before the http):


Andrew Bishop
Graduate Student
Arizona State University