Michael Waddell, of the “Bone Collector” television show and hunting products, with the two turkeys he shot early morning on April 15. He said he enjoyed the hunting, beauty of the Flint Hills and hospitality of Kansans while attending last week’s Kansas Governor’s Turkey Hunt in El Dorado.
Michael Waddell, of the “Bone Collector” television show and hunting products, with the two turkeys he shot early morning on April 15. He said he enjoyed the hunting, beauty of the Flint Hills and hospitality of Kansans while attending last week’s Kansas Governor’s Turkey Hunt in El Dorado. Courtesy photo
Michael Waddell, of the “Bone Collector” television show and hunting products, with the two turkeys he shot early morning on April 15. He said he enjoyed the hunting, beauty of the Flint Hills and hospitality of Kansans while attending last week’s Kansas Governor’s Turkey Hunt in El Dorado. Courtesy photo

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