Avid hunter Donald Trump Jr. returns to B.C.

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      The eldest son of U.S. president Donald Trump was spotted in the Prince George airport yesterday afternoon.

      It's led to widespread speculation that he's in B.C. for a hunting trip.

      Donald Trump Jr.'s friend Jason Hairston told CNN earlier this year that the two were planning on a summer hunting trip.

      Then in July, Hairston went on Facebook and discussed his plans to kill northern B.C. Stone's sheep.

      One of the largest populations is around Scoop Lake in the Cassiar Mountains.

      Stone's sheep are known for their white patches on the rear and on the inside of their hind legs.
      Joseph N. Hall

      Donald Trump Jr. was met with protests in late February when he and his brother Eric visited Vancouver for the opening of the Trump tower on West Georgia Street.

      He quipped at the time that he was "absolutely shocked" that the media showed up.

      Brother Eric offered a more diplomatic message.

      “Vancouver is truly one of the great cities in the world, and it is fitting for the Trump brand," he said. "It’s something that we hold in the highest esteem.”