Zombies are all the rage in the movies and video games lately.
If you get a chance play "Call of Duty" with someone who has already beat the game. After you finish the normal game you get a bonus level where you (and an optional second player) defend a boarded up house from hordes of zombies in Nazi uniforms.
The best part of the game is that you get to use a variety of world war two era weapons against them including a browning automatic machine gun and molatov cocktails!
The downside of the game is that the zombies just keep getting faster and more bullet resistant on every progressive level until they are strong enough to keep rushing you despite repeatedly getting caught in your handgrenade shrapnel and taking multiple hits from your Thompson submachine gun etcetera.
There's no way to beat the zombie level, they always end up getting you in the end. Its just a question of how long it takes. But it is a ton of fun and a game well worth playing, at least IMHO :)
One of the most important components of deciphering a new hunting area is distinguishing between the summer and winter ranges for the game that you plan to pursue. Without knowing this you cannot make reliable assumptions about where the game will be come opening day. Knowing these areas will allow you to take the current weather (as well as the past couple weeks) and apply that to the landscape and make an educated guess as to where you might find that big buck or bull.
There are a couple ways...