Hunting and sharing the harvest is a tradition that runs deep in Northern New Mexico.
While Taos is waking up on cold mornings, there's another world of activity in the woods, mountains and forests around the region. It's the world of hunters.
Some people go solo, others go with their family. Some use bows, others firearms. Some go for elk, others for turkey. Regardless, hunting and sharing the harvest is a tradition that runs deep in Northern New Mexico.
This is the second year The Taos News has asked our readers to submit their top hunting photos of 2018 for an end-of-year celebration. It's our version of the the hunting photos taped on the wood-paneled wall of country stores. Here's a selection of the photos and stories we recieved.
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