Legislation has made it possible to do more for habitat and climate resilience in rural America.
While traditionally thought of as a creature of wide-open spaces, the adaptable coyote has pioneered timber country in untold numbers in recent years.
There are several animals that by their very nature are difficult to photograph in the wild. Recently while leading a winter photo tour to Yellowstone National Park, I captured some images of one of these
An amazing photo arrived in mid-January from Susan Lucas, who happened to leave her garage door open one afternoon in December.
Well traveled Pennsylvania angler, Ross Purnell, promotes his home waters.
The film promotes the beauty of fly fishing and reinforces that grand adventure can be found close to home.
Purnell partnered with the Doc Fritchey
There are dozens of leased cabins, in various conditions of aging, throughout the state forests in Pennsylvania’s Northern Tier, and those who use them for trout fishing in the spring are just as important to
This inclusive club isn’t a novel concept. It came from across the pond. Using the Fly Fisher’s Club of London, England, as a model, legendary fly-fishermen Vince Marinaro and Charlie Fox spawned an offshoot, creating
There is no singular approach to elk hunting at any time of the year, but especially so when hunting bugling bulls during the rut. Still, here are a couple of principles that deserve strict attention
Hunters, anglers, and just about all other outdoor enthusiasts need knives – and sharp ones at that. Unfortunately, dull knives are an inevitability. It’s easy to tell when a blade has gone dull, but is