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Laramy “Sasquatch” Miller's Boy Scout mentality of always being prepared is sage advice. The host of Sasquatch: Mountain Man hasn't been in a dire survival situation, but he did get lost in Arkansas once. He offers these outdoors tips.Sasquatch's Survival Tips

Sasquatch's Survival Tips

Laramy “Sasquatch” Miller's Boy Scout mentality of always being prepared is sage advice. The

Steve Rogers, OutdoorChannel.com

Safari Club International Foundation has announced that it will contribute $250,000 to the Hunting Heritage Partnership (HHP), a program of the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF).Safari Club boosts Hunting Heritage funds by $250,000

Safari Club boosts Hunting Heritage funds by $250,000

Safari Club International Foundation has announced that it will contribute $250,000 to the

NSSF

The last time a politician's hunting exploits made this many headlines was when former vice president Dick Cheney accidentally pelted a campaign contributor with birdshot. Six years later, Republican vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan's hunting pedigree is making news -- in a positive manner - especially in swing states with a heavy presence of outdoorsmen.Ryan Gets Shot As VP

Ryan Gets Shot As VP

The last time a politician's hunting exploits made this many headlines was when former vice

Cash W. Lambert, OutdoorChannel.com

For months, I stared at November's calendar and those six perfect days marked with thick black X's. I was determined to kill a big buck, and those dates bracketed the peak of the rut—or so I thought.Rut Myth Busters

Rut Myth Busters

For months, I stared at November's calendar and those six perfect days marked with thick black

Andrew McKean, Outdoor Life

Attorneys representing the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and other conservation groups on Nov. 8 will go before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in Pasadena, Calif., to argue against RMEF Attorneys to Argue Weak Points in Wolf Case

RMEF Attorneys to Argue Weak Points in Wolf Case

Attorneys representing the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and other conservation groups on Nov.

The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is urging hunters to continue their restraint and to not take wolf management into their own hands using 'vigilante wolf management' while afield this fall.RMEF Urges Hunter Restraint Toward Wolves

RMEF Urges Hunter Restraint Toward Wolves

The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is urging hunters to continue their restraint and to not

Pro-wolf groups were admittedly RMEF Turns Up Heat on Pro-Wolf Groups

RMEF Turns Up Heat on Pro-Wolf Groups

Pro-wolf groups were admittedly "surprised and disappointed" when the Rocky Mountain Elk

The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is on record supporting a proposal to extend wolf-hunting seasons in Montana through the end of 2011, and beyond if necessary, until the harvest quota is met.RMEF Supports Extended Wolf Hunt in Montana

RMEF Supports Extended Wolf Hunt in Montana

The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is on record supporting a proposal to extend wolf-hunting

Good news for elk hunters in Missouri and Virginia - the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation has committed $600,000 to help both states restore their elk populations.RMEF Pledges $600K to Restore Elk in Missouri, Virginia

RMEF Pledges $600K to Restore Elk in Missouri, Virginia

Good news for elk hunters in Missouri and Virginia - the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation has

Coming to Outdoor Channel in July 2011 - RMEF Launches New TV Series: 'RMEF Team Elk'

RMEF Launches New TV Series: 'RMEF Team Elk'

Coming to Outdoor Channel in July 2011 - "RMEF Team Elk" - the first TV series fully owned and

In 1984, a logger, a realtor, a pastor and a drive-in owner—all from Lincoln County, Mont.—launched the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation from a small office in the town of Troy. Twenty-five years later, RMEF is now international in scope yet remains active in habitat conservation projects back home.RMEF Goes International, Remains Active Back Home

RMEF Goes International, Remains Active Back Home

In 1984, a logger, a realtor, a pastor and a drive-in owner—all from Lincoln County,

courtesy of Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation

A $5,000 reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of poachers who killed a mountain lion in the Santa Monica Mountains last month.Reward Offered for California Mountain Lion Poachers

Reward Offered for California Mountain Lion Poachers

A $5,000 reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of

California Department of Fish and Game

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