October 4, 2022
Planning for Big Game Population Success in Southeast Oregon
The single-most important step that can be taken to revitalize herds on the Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge Over the previous three blogs in this series, I’ve covered the...
April 28, 2014
Following the food: Migration is critical for big game
When I started in the wildlife profession a few decades ago, all I wanted to do was study big game and work with the iconic “charismatic megafauna,” as large...
March 10, 2014
A Louisiana duck hunt: How sportsmen and conservation have restored a tradition
I love to duck hunt. If I was forced to pick the things I enjoy most about being a sportsman in Sportsman’s Paradise, they would be catching speckled trout...
March 15, 2013
History of the American Wild Turkey
The wild turkey has been a staple of American tradition since the 1500s, but its survival has not always been certain. Native only to North and Central America, the...
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