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          Off the Beaten Path  . . . . . . . . . . . 2

          2018 Readers’
          Photography Showcase  . . . . . . . 8

          Focus on Hunter Education  . . . . 42

          Watchable Wildlife  . . . . . . . . . . 48
            Golden Eagle
            By Laura Eckart,
            Information and Education Intern

          THIS PAGE: I saw this coyote in the distance at
          Stinchcomb Wildlife Refuge. I used a distress
          call by mouth, and somehow it worked. It came
          within about 50 feet, spotted me and was gone in
          seconds. (Photo by Ryan Brackett, Mustang).
          ON THE COVER: A bobcat carries its prey in
          Comanche County in this image captured by Mark
          A. Conklin Sr. of Meers. See other remarkable
          images in the 2018 Readers’ Photography
          Showcase, starting on Page 10.

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