Esta es Brittany Kichton, la polémica reina de belleza que se hizo viral en estas últimas semanas por fomentar la caza de animales en los Estados Unidos.

Por su parte, Brittany Kichton insita la caza de animales como un deporte en sus redes redes sociales y sobre todo en su cuenta personal en Instagram, en la cual coloca fotos de animales que cazó, de sus cuerpos, sus órganos y demás.

Asu vez, es importante mencionar que Kichton  participó como Miss North Carolina 2011 en el Miss USA 2011 en el cual no logró entrar al selecto grupo de 15 semifinalistas. Actualmente tiene 32 años y está felizmente casada.

Como era de esperarse, muchos portales y sitios web publicaron la noticia y esta chica ha sido viral en estas semanas, además de haber recibido miles de insultos a través de sus redes sociales por parte de personas que catalogan este “deporte” como detestable e inhumano.

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Out of the 3 animals I harvested in New Zealand, this guy is by far the smallest but the one I’m most proud of, and here’s why! After our adventures abroad, I realized there are a lot of misconceptions about what stag hunting is really like. When you think about New Zealand Red Stag (or at least when I do), I immediately get a mental image of a beautiful creature with a massive gnarly rack that has points everywhere and mass for days. What I didn’t realize is that pretty much any of the animals that look like that are strictly confined to the ‘Estate Hunting’ areas. Not that there’s anything wrong with that as both Richard and I had a blast hunting the estate areas – he harvested 2 massive stag between our hunts on both the North Island and the South Island and I shot a massive estate stag on the South Island – but I was the most proud of this little guy. He might not look like much because he hasn’t been kept on a ranch with lineage bred for generations of prime genetics, but he’s pretty big for a free range Red. What made it that much more rewarding was the conditions that I managed to harvest this animal in. There was minimal cover where we were hunting, so the only shot I could take was from up a steep incline tucked behind a little bush 46 yards away. I had to take the shot sitting on my bum at a 45° angle and then shoot down the hill at an even greater angle. As fellow archers, you know how angles can wreak havoc on your anchor points as well as the ability to steadily hold your bow back for an extended period of time, so it was challenging to say the least. And this guy made me wait FOREVER for my shot! I’m pretty sure I could feel every muscle fiber in my arms and shoulders by the time I was finally able to let my arrow fly! But upon release, my arrow sailed perfectly through both lungs right behind his shoulder, making me the first person to harvest a stag with a bow on the free range property operated by @metanoiaventures. The Stag ran 100 yards and expired quickly, rolling into a deep gorge where we then had a fun pack out process. So while he may not measure up to my big boy, he’s my pride and joy of our New Zealand trip!

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Who can guess what animal this came from?! More pictures to come (once I buy a converter for my laptop charger 😜). • It’s been an amazingly successful 2.5 days for @richardkichton and me. We’ll be eating back straps for a looooooong time, and I’m not complaining! Hunting Honeymoon Adventure #1 is complete and we get a 2 day break before Adventure #2 is underway, and I can’t wait! • • • #hunting #huntinghoneymoon #getoutdoors #outdooradventures #womenwhohunt #huntress #girlswhohunt #archery #archeryhunting #huntingcouple #couplesthathunttogether #hunting #archeryhunting #freerange #huntingtrip #nomad #nomadcamo #druryoutdoors #mossyoak #pse #psearchery #psebows #ishotitwithmypse #eatwhatyoukill #meatinthefreezer

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I would say today’s adventures were successful… I can’t believe that we got this guy’s sheds 2 years in a row!!! And look at that mass! Not too shabby for a 4 1/2 year old deer. It’s incredible how the herd has started to come back with good land and predator management. The wolves, bears and cougars had mostly wiped out the ungulate population on our property up north, but a few years of heavy predator control has let the other populations recover a bit. • Swipe ➡️ for pictures of him on the ground this year and for what his sheds looked like last year! • • • #shedhunting #bonefanatics #whitetail #deer #archery #hunting #huntress #girlswhohunt #womenwhohunt #getoutdoors #alberta #edmonton #edmontonbowzone #outdoor #nature #archeryhunting

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Had a great time visiting with our good friends from @fraservalleyoutfitters yesterday and it had me reminiscing about my awesome cat hunt we did with them this past winter. We’re looking forward to getting back out to see them this summer for a lake trip, and who knows-maybe a little more hunting this season. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Plus @mclisa7’s cooking is to die for! 🤤 Now time to cue the triggered anti-hunters that know oh-so-much about conservation..😜 • • • #BC #BritishColumbia #archery #cougar #hunt #hunting #predator #predatorcontrol #nomadoutdoor #druryoutdoors #dod #pse #psearchery #camocutie #camoqueen #girlswhohunt #girlswhohuntandfish #huntress #womenwhohunt #ishotitwithmypse

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So here’s my big, beautiful wolf! We’ve worked so hard to try and get after these guys this year with limited time, so to have it finally come together was amazing. My honey howled him in and I made a perfect double lung shot on the run at 300 yards. They are by far the most difficult and smartest animal I’ve ever hunted, and I owe my success to my wonderful husband, who is the best wolf tracker and caller I’ve ever seen! It’s incredible how he reads these animals, and I’ve been trying to soak in as much knowledge I can. I’m sure I’ll get lambasted for this, but people don’t understand the importance of predator control where we live. I know this isn’t the case everywhere, but we have an incredibly high population of predators here in proportion to prey animals and they are decimating our ungulate populations. They’ve already destroyed the caribou population and are doing the same to the deer, moose and elk in our area. Before finding this wolf, we came across TWO kills they had made in less than 24 hours-one deer and one moose and unfortunately that isn’t even one of the bigger packs in the area.. On average, they will make at least one kill every 2 days, and this time of year with the deep snow, the deer, moose and elk don’t stand much of a chance. People also don’t realize that wolves also hunt for fun. They’re a predator, so if they see movement their instinct kicks in and they give chase, even if they aren’t necessarily hungry. We’ve personally witnessed this many times; the wolves make a kill, eat a little, and then leave the rest behind to move on to the next quarry. So while it may be controversial for some, this is why predator control is absolutely crucial where we live. Our herd populations just can’t handle that kind of a strain right now. We don’t want to wipe the wolves out, but we do have to keep their numbers in check a little before the moose, elk and deer have the same sad end as the caribou. With a little predator management, we’ve seen an increase in the numbers and quality of our ungulate population. While they’re still struggling, at least they have a fighting chance now!

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