Absolutely! Then explain quota systems to me in small words, so my knuckle dragging mind can keep up!
I want the best qualified person bar none in the right job. When my house is on fire, I want the biggest, strongest, best trained firefighter caring my unconscious body, or my wife or child, to safety or medical care. I don't want the top percentage of each class of minority! I want the best qualified, period! The job should pick the person, not the job should be changed to fit someone with less qualifications. I know female cops, and female firefighters that could kick my butt! And more power to them, they deserve the job, and they train for it well. I have full faith in their abilities, and their skills. But quotas are too PC, they are just worried about what it looks like, not what it is. I do not care, what color, sex, religion, or nationality, but I care about the quality of the work. Not their feelings on the matter. It used to be, that if you wanted to work, you went where the work was, and followed it if it moved. You had to prove your abilities, or someone else got the job. Not anymore! Now some will apply for a job they do not quite fit, and will sue if they fail to get it, or sue to have the job changed to fit their disability, or their religion, or their size and strength. You may be the best welder in your state, but I will bet, you would make a poor Sumo Wrestler. Will you sue to have the job changed, because of FATISM? There are those who will and do. They forced the BOY scouts to accept girls, but the will not allow boys in the GIRL scouts. there are women only health clubs, but men can't have them. I have considered, applying to VICTORY FITNESS ( a women only) health club just to show how one sided this issue is in real life. You want discrimination? Try being a white, middleclass male. Every minority has their preferential treatment before you do. That is what quotas do. they lift the unqualified to take the position of a more qualified worker. And they use your sex, religion, and skin color, to do it. As to the number of women hunters, I would have to say, that has more to do with where you live, and your life style. I personally, do not recall 1 female hunter in my entire area. It is very rare to run across one in the field, and the few places I do run a cross them is Gander MT. I would like to see more of them here in Ohio. But, if she brings her purse and her high heels, I will not make allowances for her. I love women, but they want to be treated with preference, and be treated equal. The two will not mix. To those of you who stand tall and strong, a partner in more than name, My hat is off to you with respect, not just courtesy.
The only real difference between a good tracker and a bad tracker is observation. All the same data is present for both. The rest is understanding what you are seeing.