By the time you read this the trapping season will have been open almost three weeks in Illinois. The first week at least was pretty mild, so I’m sure many trappers took advantage of this.
Animal welfare advocates filed a lawsuit last week seeking to invalidate Wisconsin’s new wolf management plan, accusing state wildlife officials of violating the state’s open meetings law and disregarding comments from wolf researchers and supporters.<br
Resource management in Michigan mainly receives funding through a user pay format that puts the majority of the burden on hunters and anglers. A sales tax in Missouri helps fund conser vation programs such as
Data gathered by the Ohio Division of Wildlife suggested 66% of deer hunters carried shotguns during the 2015 regular gun season. Though not recent data, the number interested me at the time, what with 2015
I look forward to this article every year. Not so much for the writing of it, but for the reading I enjoy while I’m trying to meet my editors’ deadline. (Sorry, Dean and Rob) I
Sometime in the past 20 years, outdoors users realized that when one hand wasn’t devoted to holding a flashlight, the things we needed to do in the dark got easier.
Relatively simple by design, headlamps
Each year, the National Wild Turkey Federation’s Minnesota State Chapter partners with the Minnesota Veterans Outdoors Program to host two events: the disabled veterans turkey hunt in April and the disabled veterans deer hunt in
Even as we start parsing up the early archery season deer kill and 2023 opening weekend gun deer kill, we have an update from the DNR on preliminary harvest numbers from this fall’s bear season.
A silver lining of my wife’s recent resolve to monitor my blood pressure is that I rediscovered Pat McManus.
Protocol dictates that I sit, comfortable and relaxed, for several minutes before the electric sleeve performs