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After a record archery 2010-2011 season in Kentucky, learn some helpful tips to make the 2011-2012 season even better. Stories

Scouting Tips for Deer Season

Art Lander, Jr., Kentucky Dept. of Fish & Wildlife Resources

After a record archery 2010-2011 season in Kentucky, learn some helpful tips to make the...

Sitting in a tree stand and watching a doe cavort with her twin fawns, I got to thinking about the DNA tests that some biologists did a few years ago in an effort to determine which age group of bucks did the most breeding. Stories

Science could shine a new light on deer

By Eric Sharp, Detroit Free Press

Sitting in a tree stand and watching a doe cavort with her twin fawns, I got to thinking about...

A trophy bull can turn up almost anywhere in elk country but opportunities to take one are rare. When a monster steps out, a hunter often has no time to count antler points, much less compute scores. But not always. Sometimes there's ample chance to really focus and size up an elk in your search for the bull of a lifetime. Stories

Tips for Field Judging Elk

A trophy bull can turn up almost anywhere in elk country but opportunities to take one are...

The largest problem when hiking sometimes comes in the smallest package - ticks. Stories

Take measures to protect against ticks in the wild

By Chuck Myers, McClatchy-Tribune

The largest problem when hiking sometimes comes in the smallest package - ticks.

Brothers slightly contentious of setup take to stalking Missouri gobblers that didn't want any part of their plans. Stories

Oh Brother, Where Art Thou – Setting Up?

Mike Suchan, OutdoorChannel.com

Brothers slightly contentious of setup take to stalking Missouri gobblers that didn't want any...

During the last week of March, 2012, I was in eastern Utah hunting with one of the best, if not the best, guides for mountain lion in North America. This hunt was scheduled and filmed to dispel a lot of myths about hound hunting. Stories

Trophy Mountain Lion Bagged In Utah

Steve West, host of Steve's Outdoor Adventures TV

During the last week of March, 2012, I was in eastern Utah hunting with one of the best, if...

Jared Gustafson, video manager at Outdoor Channel, gives his recommendations to these outdoors products. Stories

Tried And Tested Gifts

Jared Gustafson, OutdoorChannel.com

Jared Gustafson, video manager at Outdoor Channel, gives his recommendations to these outdoors...

With March officially Women's History Month, the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is commemorating women's roles in hunting and conservation. Stories

Tribute to Women in Conservation

RMEF

With March officially Women's History Month, the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is...

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security now uses technology invented in Athens, Ohio to crack down on illegal immigrants and drug runners who breach the nation's borders. Stories

Trailcams Help Crack Down on Illegal Immigrants, Drug Runners

by Brian Grady, The Athens News

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security now uses technology invented in Athens, Ohio to crack...

Every week, over 100 biologists, wildlife managers and other experts rank the progress of mallard migration in their areas. We compile their data to bring you a map showing the status of the mallard migration. Stories

Track the 2011 Mallard Migration

by Missouri Department of Conservation

Every week, over 100 biologists, wildlife managers and other experts rank the progress of...

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