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Veterans Find Peer Support During Wounded Warrior Project Pheasant Hunt

By Rich Mitchell

Veterans interested in the challenge of hunting birds recently connected with one another during a Wounded Warrior Project private-land hunt, in addition to shooting clays and learning how to clean their birds. Successfully flushing pheasants from the fields takes patience, know-how, and it doesn’t hurt to have great dogs and handlers by your side. “This was an amazing opportunity to hunt using dogs to flush the birds,” said Army veteran Rich Kelby. “Events like this hunt help me stay grounded, get back outside, and just do things when my post-traumatic stress and other injuries make me want to sit inside and …

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