A trip for the ages

Haggertys enjoy hunting trek in Norway, Sweden

Approximately 66 percent of Sweden is covered with forests. Spruce and pine are the predominant species in Swedish forests. Private forest owner families hold about 50 percent of Swedish forests, privately owned forestry companies about 25 percent and the state and other public owners have the remaining 25 percent. The ownership of forests in Sweden varies between regions. In southern parts of the country forests are mainly owned by private persons, whereas in northern Sweden companies own more significant amounts of forests.



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Approximately 66 percent of Sweden is covered with forests. Spruce and pine are the predominant species in Swedish forests. Private forest owner families hold about 50 percent of Swedish forests, privately owned forestry companies about 25 percent and the state and other public owners have the remaining 25 percent. The ownership of forests in Sweden varies between regions. In southern parts of the country forests are mainly owned by private persons, whereas in northern Sweden companies own more significant amounts of forests.

TINGVOL, 
Norway — Glenda waited 30 years for this trip, and it’s been everything she expected. We flew to Norway and Sweden to follow Norwegian Elkhounds on the hunt for…




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