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On Aug. 31, Division of Wildlife Resources Biologist Tom Becker flew a helicopter survey over the Cedar Mountains in central Tooele County. He found an average of 18 chukars per square mile. Stories

Utah Chukar Numbers Climbing

by Utah Division of Wildlife Resources

On Aug. 31, Division of Wildlife Resources Biologist Tom Becker flew a helicopter survey over...

A deer's primary survival mechanism is its stomach, at least according to whitetail guru, Neil Dougherty. Years of evolution have left deer with a specialized stomach that allows them to feed for a short burst of time and then go lay down to digest their food. Stories

What You Need to Know About Food Sources to Pinpoint Bucks

by Alex Robinson, OutdoorLife.com

A deer's primary survival mechanism is its stomach, at least according to whitetail guru, Neil...

Ralph and Vicki Cianciarulo have been together for numerous hunts, most on their Stories

Vicki's first buck came on solo adventure

Mike Suchan, OutdoorChannel.com

Ralph and Vicki Cianciarulo have been together for numerous hunts, most on their "Archer's...

This year marks the 10th anniversary of Wisconsin's Venison Donation Program. In 10 years the program distributed over 3.1 million pounds of ground venison from nearly 70,000 deer donated by hunters, processed by participating meat processors and distributed by volunteers to state food pantries. Stories

Venison donation program enters 10th year

This year marks the 10th anniversary of Wisconsin's Venison Donation Program. In 10 years the...

As urban sprawl continues in suburban areas across the United States, bringing houses and roadways into what was previously healthy habitat for wildlife, nuisance deer problems will continue to occur.

In most cases, what has continually proven to be the best means of controlling these issues is the urban hunt. Stories

Urban Hunts The Solution

Steve Rogers

As urban sprawl continues in suburban areas across the United States, bringing houses and...

Maybe the door of a cabin along some remote bay on Kodiak Island, where 1,000-pound bears are expected to roam, but certainly not the door of a home in an Anchorage suburb. Stories

Unusual hunting ground even for Alaska: Man shoots grizzly from home

Craig Medred, McClatchy Newspapers

Maybe the door of a cabin along some remote bay on Kodiak Island, where 1,000-pound bears are...

An African lioness, head erect, belly on the ground, appears to give you a glance as you walk into this big conference room at the John Q. Hammons Convention Center. But the big cat can't hold your eyes more than a moment. This place appears alive with wildlife. The key word is appears. This was the site of National Taxidermists Association's 41st annual convention, which features some of the finest taxidermy in the U.S. Stories

Unreal Wildlife

Steve Wright, Outdoorchannel.com

An African lioness, head erect, belly on the ground, appears to give you a glance as you walk...

The Sportsmen's Heritage Act of 2012 (H.R. 4089) was passed with a strong bipartisan vote of 274 to 146 in the House of Representatives. Sponsored by the leaders of the Congressional Sportsmen's Caucus (CSC), the bill hit the House floor after being reported out of the House Committee on Natural Resources in late February. Stories

Unprecedented Pro-sportsmen Legislation Passed

The Sportsmen's Heritage Act of 2012 (H.R. 4089) was passed with a strong bipartisan vote of...

Nuisance Wildlife Control Officers help outdoor enthusiasts when uninvited critters move in and take up residence. These personnel take wildlife causing damage and threaten public health and safety. Stories

Uninvited Critters Become Nuisance

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

Nuisance Wildlife Control Officers help outdoor enthusiasts when uninvited critters move in...

Any deer hunter who has harvested a buck during the rut is familiar with the unmistakable odor emanating from his tarsal glands.  While other glands play important roles in whitetail communication, none is more important than the tarsal.  In many respects, this gland functions as a deer's personal signature – its unique identification card. Stories

Understanding a Buck's Personal Signature - the Tarsal Gland

Brian Murphy and Dr. Karl V. Miller

Any deer hunter who has harvested a buck during the rut is familiar with the unmistakable odor...

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