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Introduced in 2008 as the answer to Xbox achievements scoring system, the PlayStation trophy system functions in a pretty similar fashion. Players are rewarded with small icons on their profiles for achieving specific in-game feats. In most cases, the platinum trophy is acquired after you get all the other trophies of that game, so they're certainly a good measure of progress.

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Palin engineered a campaign of shooting predators from airplanes and helicopters, in order to artificially boost the populations of moose and caribou for trophy hunters. She offered a $150 bounty for the left foreleg of each dead wolf as an economic incentive for pilots and aerial gunners to kill more of the animals, even though Alaska voters had twice approved a ban on the practice. This year, the issue was up again for a vote of the people, and Palin led the fight against it - in fact, she helped to spend $400,000 of public funds to defeat the initiative.

"I would say people would want to kill an albino because of the rarity," said Frawley, who teaches a hunter education class. "They would consider it a trophy because of that." But Tennessee considers it a class A misdemeanor and will fine those who kill an albino deer.

"He was hunting deer, it was a deer," said Kevin Baskins of the Iowa Department of Natural Resources. "He just did not realize at the time that because of the coloration of this particular deer that it was illegal to take." The hunter, who left the carcass for others to find, was fined $127.50.

Total numbers of trophy hunts are hard to come by, but those we do have make it clear that the practice impacts significant numbers of animals. The US Fish and Wildlife Service estimated there were 11 million big game hunters in the US in 1996. A 2005 report put the number of registered big game hunters in Europe at 6.8 million, with 1.3 million believed to hunt abroad.

Yet legal hunting can serve to provide a cover for illegal activities. In Cecil's case, it appears the hunter had legal permits, says Flocken, but used them illegally. Further, the trophy hunting industry lends legitimacy to having a lion head or elephant tusk on the wall, possibly fueling demand for poached products. Trophy hunting may not be the biggest threat to declining species, but clearly it is a threat. And it is one that we can address more easily than any other.

Sooner or later, he decides to try his luck in the morning. The result? He sees only a doe or two as dawn breaks, and a few minutes after sunup even they drift back into the woods. With the light growing brighter and all deer having vanished, the hunter soon vacates his stand. This really is only an afternoon spot, just as he'd suspected.

For many reasons -- not the least of which is having much better light for trailing and recovering a shot deer -- I'd rather get one in the morning than in the afternoon. I've never really been a "morning person," but based on recent successes, every fall I now find it a little easier not to hit the "snooze" button at 4 a.m. Tag a trophy on a field or food plot while the day is still young, and you just might become an earlier riser yourself. 350c69d7ab


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