Why are hunters in the Hunter’s Glen area struggling?

With the state’s hunt season in full swing, a hunt is almost upon us, and many hunters in Western Pennsylvania are having trouble finding work.

A study published Monday in the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine found that hunting in the area is falling by a third to a fifth over the past decade, and the region is the only region in the country where hunting is falling so dramatically that it is affecting employment and wages.

Hunters in Hunter’s Glens County were losing about 15,000 jobs between 2011 and 2017, according to a new study by the Pennsylvania Department of Labor.

That compares to an average loss of 4,500 jobs per year during the same period of time.

A significant portion of those jobs were lost in areas that have experienced drought and snowfall.

But the study said that there was a larger problem.

Hunters were being laid off in areas where hunters were not required to be, which means they were taking on more of a human role in the hunt, said Jennifer Johnson, the study’s lead author.

Hunter’s Glen is the largest hunter preserve in the United States, and there are many hunters there, said Joe Sorensen, president of the Pennsylvania Hunters Association.

Sorensensen said the region was losing about one-third of the hunters they had hired during the period studied, but the losses were still substantial.

“It’s not just the Hunter.

The Hunter’s was just really suffering from the drought,” he said.

Sobering weather has helped hunters in Hunter and the surrounding areas in recent years, but it is still challenging for them, said Soressen.

Hunter s hunt is an important part of the hunter community, he said, and those hunters that are leaving the Hunter s area are finding work elsewhere.

The hunt in the state was up 9 percent in the past year, according the Department of Agriculture, which said the Hunters Glen area had lost about 15 percent of its hunters since 2009.

While the study found that the Hunter was losing jobs, the authors of the study did not say whether the loss was due to hunters leaving the area.

But it did indicate that the lack of jobs could be due to other factors, including the drought.

Pennsylvania has seen a severe drought in recent weeks.

The state was hit with record-breaking droughts in the 1930s, 1940s, 1950s and 1960s.

The drought in Hunter was not as severe.

The study also found that hunters were making less money than they did in the 1960s, when the drought was in its worst form.

The study also showed that hunters made less money during the time that the area was experiencing drought than during the drought that occurred in the 1980s.

It is unclear whether the lack or shortage of hunting jobs has impacted hunters’ ability to make ends meet, Soremsen said.

The Pennsylvania Department for Agriculture said it was aware of the lack and would look into the study.

“We’re working hard to make sure the hunters that we have here in Hunters are not hurting themselves,” Soresensen told the Associated Press.

“But that doesn’t mean that they’re not hurting other hunters that have been out here for years.”

The Hunters Glens Area was a hunter preserve that was established in 1910.

Since that time, it has hosted some of the most prolific trophy hunting in Pennsylvania.

Hunters who have hunted there say they have enjoyed a rich tradition of hunting.

“They’ve been doing it for years, and now it’s a different time,” said David T. Tuckett, president and chief executive officer of the Hunter Association of Pennsylvania.

“It’s an economic opportunity for them.”