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Many hunters are quick to argue that aging bucks in the field is an impossible task. I typically respond by asking if they can assign humans to broad, 10-year age groups, to which most admit is fairly simple. The only difference between aging deer and humans is experience. Stories

Estimating Buck Age in the Field

By Brian Murphy, QDMA

Many hunters are quick to argue that aging bucks in the field is an impossible task. I...

Department of Fish and Game (DFG) warden Don Powers seized 18 wild steelhead and 56 ducks from freezers in two locations while assisting the Mendocino County Sheriff's Department in serving search warrants for illegal marijuana propagation. Stories

Endangered Steelhead Bust

Department of Fish and Game (DFG) warden Don Powers seized 18 wild steelhead and 56 ducks from...

Wildlife officials in Wisconsin and Missouri are blaming a growing number of dead deer on an outbreak of Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease. Stories

EHD Killing Deer

Steve Rogers, OutdoorChannel.com

Wildlife officials in Wisconsin and Missouri are blaming a growing number of dead deer on an...

Outbreaks of the deadly virus epizootic hemorrhagic disease continue to worsen in deer herds across much of the Midwest, a concern in areas that have never had it. Stories

EHD Creeping North

Steve Rogers, OutdoorChannel.com

Outbreaks of the deadly virus epizootic hemorrhagic disease continue to worsen in deer herds...

New research on hunter demographics shows more women per capita are attracted to elk hunting than most other kinds of hunting, according to the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation. Stories

Elk hunting attracts greater percentage of women

Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation

New research on hunter demographics shows more women per capita are attracted to elk hunting...

Elk hunting in America is big business. The average elk hunter spends $1,201 a year pursuing the species - the second-highest amount of any game animal - and contributes to an economic engine worth nearly $1 billion annually. Stories

Elk hunting adds nearly $1 billion a year to economy

Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation

Elk hunting in America is big business. The average elk hunter spends $1,201 a year pursuing...

Many of America's roughly 800,000 elk hunters have reason to be optimistic about upcoming seasons, based on hunt forecasts compiled by the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation. Stories

Elk Hunt Forecast 2011

Many of America's roughly 800,000 elk hunters have reason to be optimistic about upcoming...

Hunting season is well underway. You finally tag an elk or deer but now the local butcher is swamped, forcing you into a crash course in processing your own meat. Fear not, says the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, which offers the following tips and diagram to guide you. Stories

Elk Foundation: 10 Tips for Processing Your First Elk

By Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation

Hunting season is well underway. You finally tag an elk or deer but now the local butcher is...

A new initiative to introduce youths and other newcomers to shooting sports, hunting and conservation is set to launch in 2011 powered by a generous donation to the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation by Larry and Brenda Potterfield. Stories

Elk Foundation to Launch Youth Shooting Program

A new initiative to introduce youths and other newcomers to shooting sports, hunting and...

In letters to legislators and newspapers across the West, the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is calling out groups like Defenders of Wildlife, Western Wildlife Conservancy and others for their disingenuous use of data on wolves and elk. Stories

Elk Foundation Calls Out Motives of Wolf Groups

In letters to legislators and newspapers across the West, the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is...

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