2. Befriend a New Hunter--For all our talk of outreach, we hunters are a pretty insular lot. Don't like the way I hunt deer? To hell with you. Don't like the equipment I use? Take a long walk away from me. I pledge to introduce hunting to someone who may be a stranger to the break of day, to the quickening pulse of the stalk and to the blood brotherhood of hunters. Maybe it's a kid, maybe a desk-bound insurance agent or the non-hunting father of my kids' friend. They don't have to dress in the same camo pattern, or carry the same type of gun or bow I do. I won't even demand they be especially quiet or woods wise. But I pledge to be supportive, enthusiastic and non-judgmental and to show them the best of our wild world.