As a hunter, Douglas had been hired to hunt a deer for the previous year.
However, the job would not go ahead for a number of reasons.
He would be unable to get the contract because the deer was killed, which would put his hunting license on the line.
Douglas was desperate to hunt the deer and wanted the job to go ahead.
“If I don’t get it, they’ll kill me,” Douglas said.
“I’ve been hunting for 40 years.
I’m a hunter.
I need to get paid.”
Douglas has been working with the California Department of Fish and Game for more than five years to find a hunting license.
The job requires a hunter to obtain a hunting permit and the permit is valid for three years, so he is currently waiting for that to be done.
Douglas said he will be looking for work in California.
He said he has had some luck finding work in the past, but not any of the jobs he is looking for now.
The California Department for Fish and Wildlife says hunting permits are required for hunting on public lands.
The agency says hunters can obtain permits through a hunting website or by calling the agency’s toll-free hotline at (877) 922-8302.
The Department also has a website for hunters who need help.
To apply for a hunting certificate, hunters must have a hunting tag that has a red, white or blue stripe.
It is illegal to hunt on private property without a hunting certification.