The Path Less Traveled: The way to discover what others aren’t seeing. 

By Mike Willis Some of the most incredible discoveries that I have ever made were the result of me bushwhacking after getting turned around in some remote wilderness.  There is nothing quite like exploring new and unfamiliar territory. I am…

Conservation Situation: Protecting The Hunt

By Josh Boyd Theodore Roosevelt, the 26th President of the United States, once said, “I recognize the right and duty of this generation to develop and use the natural resources of our land; but I do not recognize the right…

Can a Snapping Turtle Bite off a Finger?
By Whit Gibbons Can a snapping turtle really bite off a finger? Should anglers be concerned when a big turtle is on the other end of the line instead of a fish? The underhanded answer, like the one given for…
The Story of Learned Conservation

Written by Carly Brasseux “A true conservationist is a man who knows that the world is not given by his fathers, but borrowed from his children.” – John James Audubon I was born and raised in Texas, had a couple…

Defending The Hunting Home Front

By Josh Boyd The vast majority of today’s hunters are tasked with scheduling time for their outdoor pursuits around the confines of their normal nine to five job. For this very reason, time spent afield carries immense value. Weekdays at…

Small Fall Plots… Excellent Results

By Mark Fike Over the years I have had access to some mediocre small parcels of land to hunt that I ended up turning into great places to bag deer. Most great places my friends have to hunt include large…

It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane! No It’s…

By Mark Fike The first time I saw one of these creatures I was almost certain at a distance I was seeing a new species of hummingbird. But as I got closer and peered through my long lens of my…

Backyard Bird Tips

By: Mark Fike Spring has arrived and so have many birds, nests, beautiful melodies and bug control to boot. There are many things landowners can do to attract birds and make their property welcome for birds. Why welcome birds to…

Hunt The Conservation Order For Snow Geese

Hundreds of thousands of snow geese wing their way south with each approaching fall. The explosion of the snow goose population in recent decades has created additional hunting opportunities for waterfowl hunters as well. The traditional light goose hunting season…

Wood Duck Box Spring Maintenance

By: Jeff Dennis Especially in the southeastern states, the wood duck plays an important role as one of the top ducks in the hunter’s bag. The federal limit per day per hunter for wood ducks was raised from two woodies…

Great American Wildlife

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