Tens of thousands of people have been gathering in the Belgian countryside over the last week to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the battle of Waterloo. The bloody battle of June 18, 1815, marked the final defeat for Napoleon at the hands of a coalition of his enemies. The re-enactment is attracting history buffs, tourists and wannabe soldiers.
Originally published on Sat June 20, 2015 10:40 am
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The trick to looking for antlers in the wild — if you're going about it ethically — is to keep your eyes to the ground.
"You're trying to just find something that looks out of the ordinary," Rob Tanner says.
Tanner and his brother-in-law Troy Capps are hiking around juniper trees and bitterbrush in the high-desert terrain of central Oregon. They're looking for antlers that were shed by deer or elk, otherwise known as shed hunting.
"It's just an adrenaline rush," Tanner says. "It's like, 'Oh, you know, this could be the one.' "