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is a book about growing up in rural America. It’s a book about using guns responsibly, about hunting ethics and battling against hunter stereotypes, about conservation and hunting philosophy. It’s about how to think about hunting. The target audience is hunters, but non-hunters will see that hunters aren’t the bloodthirsty exterminators some people think they are. Everyone will gain a better understanding of what hunters really are, why hunters love hunting, and the role hunters must play if wildlife is to thrive in the future.
Growing Up With Guns is about the hunter’s role as predator and conservationist, plus a few personal recollections told with humor, and thoughtful opinions about hunting in today’s world. 50 chapters in four sections cover:
>> the days when people didn’t automatically assume guns were for killing people
>> the predator who cares about his prey species and his impact on species that aren’t his prey
>> the hunter as a non-consumptive user of wildlife, and why hunting is life-giving
>> tips and strategies that will make you a better hunter.
You've probably read many of Steve's articles in national and regional outdoor magazines, including Outdoor Life, Sports Afield, Deer & Deer Hunting, North American Whitetail, Bear Hunting Magazine, Pennsylvania Game News, Ohio Valley Outdoors, Game & Fish Magazine, and more. He also speaks frequently at sportsman’s dinner ministries and other outdoor events. For speaking engagements, check his website, www.EverydayHunter.com/Speaking, or send him an email for more information.
When the Everyday Hunter® isn't hunting, he’s thinking about hunting, talking about hunting, dreaming about hunting, writing about hunting, or wishing he were hunting.
Steve Sorensen writes The Everyday Hunter®— an award-winning outdoor column that's popular with hunters and non-hunters alike. This website makes Steve's writing available and promotes Steve's column for wide distribution. Here’s a brief description of what to look for on this website:
ABOUT STEVE: Check this page for biographical information about Steve and read a story that describes his earliest hunting impulses.
NEWS:Here are some alerts about Steve’s latest writing, publishing activities and awards.
COLUMNS: Look here for the complete index of Steve’s newspaper columns. Lots to read and think about.
MAGAZINES:Some of Steve's articles in magazines and websites are on this page.
SPEAKING: Steve speaks frequently at Sportsmen’s Dinners and seminars. His motivation is the gospel – here's more information.
HUNTING: A few of Steve's hunting, scouting and outdoor-related activities are described on this page.
LINKS: Here are some places on the Internet where Steve often goes.
FRIENDS: Surprisingly, some people actually admit associating with Steve. A few of them are pictured on this page.
ABOUT ANDY: Steve's brother, an Alaskan outdoorsman, left this world a few years ago. Find out where he is now.
TURKEY CALL: If you're a turkey hunter, you might be interested in Steve’s new, soon to-be-patented turkey call.
The antler in Steve's logo represents the first shed he ever found -- the half-rack of an 8-point. His fascination with antlers led him to keep it all these years. It's not the record book antler you might expect to see in a logo -- instead it's what any "everyday hunter" would be happy to bring home. The turkey feather is from the tailfan of one of the many spring gobblers that Steve has given a free ride in his Ford Ranger.
Spend some time here -- you'll find lots of information (including some opinions you may or may not share) -- and a lot to enjoy. Thanks for stopping by.
The Everyday Hunter® is a registered trademark of Steve Sorensen for his website and his writings.
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To schedule Steve Sorensen for a speaking event (or to ask questions about his presentations), phone him at (814) 757-9411, or email him at EverydayHunter@gmail.com.
To speak to Steve about publishing his writing, or regarding other matters, phone (814) 757-9411, or email SteveSorensen@verizon.net.
Images from a couple of Steve's adventures in Alaska:
Planning a Sportsman's Dinner?
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Have you seen the new magazine for bear hunters? It's strictly online, and it's called Bear Hunters Online. Normally, it's only 99¢ per issue, but here's a FREE SAMPLE ISSUE! Bear hunters everywhere ought to get on board. This is the third issue, so it's off and running. Be sure to check it out! Click on the image and it will open up on your computer. (My article starts on page 63.)
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Steve is the Web Pro Staff from Pennsylvania for Deer & Deer Hunting magazine. Great discussion forums, lots of deer hunting videos, and the best information available on whitetails.