photo stories: the vanishing hunter: hunter_14

Frank Wasylink looks over a turkey that was shot by his son, Frank, Jr., during opening day of Turkey Hunting Season on a private property in Stratford, Connecticut. Mr. Wasylink is a senior hunter safety instructor with the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection. The turkey, which is about one-years-old, will provide about 4 famaily meals for the Wasylinks. The son and father were out enjoying opening day together and only one shot was fired the entire day, the one that put down this turkey by Frank, Jr. Frank, Sr., like many other hunters, views the opportunity to hunt with their family as a chance to spend quality time together - not only to grow closer together as a family, but also a chance to learn about nature and nature conservancy.

Frank Wasylink looks over a turkey that was shot by his son, Frank, Jr., during opening day of Turkey Hunting Season on a private property in Stratford, Connecticut. Mr. Wasylink is a senior hunter safety instructor with the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection. The turkey, which is about one-years-old, will provide about 4 famaily meals for the Wasylinks. The son and father were out enjoying opening day together and only one shot was fired the entire day, the one that put down this turkey by Frank, Jr. Frank, Sr., like many other hunters, views the opportunity to hunt with their family as a chance to spend quality time together - not only to grow closer together as a family, but also a chance to learn about nature and nature conservancy.