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Deer stands have come a long way since early days of make-shift Bakers and taking slide down tree. Whitetail

Sliding Down Tree Was Just Bone-headed

Steve Bowman, OutdoorChannel.com

Deer stands have come a long way since early days of make-shift Bakers and taking slide down...

Whitetail

The Experience

Steve Bowman, OutdoorChannel.com

"The best thing about hunting … is that you don't have to actually do it to enjoy it," wrote...

It's happened to every bowhunter—a deer spots you for no apparent reason while perfectly concealed.  Was it your scent, your noise, your movement, or perhaps what you were wearing? Whitetail

The Science of Deer Vision

Brian Murphy, QDMA

It's happened to every bowhunter—a deer spots you for no apparent reason while perfectly...

Given that most archery seasons begin prior to the rut, opening day success is all about finding the most preferred food source. If you are after a particular buck, you also need to determine the buck's core area. Stories

The Science of Opening Day Success

Brian Murphy, QDMA

Given that most archery seasons begin prior to the rut, opening day success is all about...

Visitors to Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park will have the chance to learn the skill of shooting a bow and arrow through the Recreation 101 Beginning Archery Program, offered on Tuesday, July 26, and Tuesday, August 2. Both programs will begin at 7 p.m. Stories

Beginning Archery Program Offered at Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park

Visitors to Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park will have the chance to learn the skill...

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 Stories

RMEF Attorneys to Argue Weak Points in Wolf Case

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

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. Other Hunting

RMEF Goes International, Remains Active Back Home

courtesy of Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation

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

Coming to Outdoor Channel in July 2011 - Stories

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...

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. Stories

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

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

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