On July 3rd, 2020, Jim Posewitz passed from this world on to the next grand adventure. Jim was a living legend and during the short time that I knew him, he deeply impacted my life. Along with an impressive career fighting for Montana outdoor legacy as a biologist for Montana Fish, Wildlife, and Parks, Jim authored numerous books on various aspects of hunting and conservation, founded Orion: The Hunter's Institute, was a founding member of the Montana Outdoor Hall of Fame, was inducted in the second class of said Hall of Fame, and the list goes on. Jim was the consummate voice in advocating for education and ethics in the hunting sphere. He will be missed. I hope he is somewhere in the mountains, rifle in hand.
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