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    Outdoor Adventures for the Physically Challenged program allows for Wyoming hunting adventure

    Newcastle Wildlife Biologist Joe Sandrini once again worked with the Outdoor Adventures for the Physically Challenged program to provide hunting opportunities for those interested in getting outdoors.

    This year, Joe worked with Keith Cooper, who was joined by his father Kent on a successful pronghorn antelope hunt.

    Josh Woodcock from Missouri also harvested an antelope using his own firearm equipped with a breath activated trigger.

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    Josh was able to harvest his antelope from the specially built flatbed the Outdoor Adventures used to provide hunting opportunities.

    Overall, Outdoor Adventures for the Physically Challenged had 15 hunters from across the country and Wyoming participating this year.

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