Since we’re no longer living in the Adirondacks, Paula and I are right now in a dead zone of sorts when it comes to our outdoor pursuits.
At one time, there was a thriving domestic retail market for fur in the U.S. The demand for fur at home created a lucrative market for not only mink farms, but trappers as well.
Late in 2022 our Congressional leaders gave themselves a pay raise. Now they have to figure out how to pay for it.
Finally! Early November’s late afternoon big moon beamed down like a smile. The rut, an old cranky engine had hiccuped and sputtered a few times, but now it had caught fire and was revving up.
The idea that a safety harness is actually a useful safety device has been drilled into our heads for so long that changing the dialogue is a constant battle.
In my 74 years of life, much of which time has been spent in the outdoors of the Empire State, I have observed many species of wildlife. One species that I have not yet come
It’s hard for me to believe that my dad has been gone for nearly 30 years, but that will be the case in 2024. If he were still alive, we would have celebrated his 85th
I have previously hunted with both recurve and compound vertical bows. Now, however with arthritis, glaucoma, as well as loss of night vision, I can no longer hunt with those instruments.
On Nov. 17, Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility filed a petition to ban the use of lead ammunition and fishing tackle on all property managed by the National Park Service.