Thu Jun 10th, 2021
The Southern Ute Drum
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Many tribal members and their families look forward to the fall hunting seasons as a time to get outdoors, to get reacquainted with tribal lands and to visit those places where family have hunted for many years. For some the hunting seasons bring friends and family together with a shared purpose of spending time together and shouldering heavy packs from the harvest. For others hunting is a time for solo adventures and reflection. However it’s done, hunting is an important connection with culture, family and community on the Southern Ute reservation.
While it is only June, we know how fast the seasons progress and how suddenly autumn will be on us again. Enjoy these photos of last year’s harvest from the reservation and the Brunot Area and let’s look ahead to the 2021 season. Thanks to everyone who shared their hunting and fishing photos from 2020 and for giving the Southern Ute Wildlife Division permission to share them with our tribal community!
The Southern Ute Wildlife Division