Hiking with grandchildren. What could possibly go wrong?
August 22, 2013 My father always had a firm belief that nothing provides better family bonding time than communing with the great outdoors. I tend to agre. more »»
THE EVERYDAY HUNTER®: The Seven Sisters of Wildlife Conservation
August 17, 2013 Does wildlife need protection from hunters? No, not in North America, not if “protection” means putting wildlife off limits. more »»
THE EVERYDAY HUNTER: Why Wildlife Thrives in America
August 3, 2013 Passenger pigeon… gone. Billions once darkened the sky. A person has to wonder how they found enough food, and how they kept from turning the nation into a reeking pigeon coop. more »»
THE EVERYDAY HUNTER: A summer tune-up for deer season
July 20, 2013 If you’ve missed any shots at deer in the last year or two, you may have blamed your rifle, scope or ammunition, but it’s likely that none of those are the reasons for inaccuracy. more »»
THE EVERYDAY HUNTER: Is Economic Decline Tied to Fewer Deer?
June 22, 2013 It’s no secret that much of Pennsylvania north of Interstate 80 is suffering economic doldrums. more »»
THE EVERYDAY HUNTER: Lowdown on latest deer diseases
June 8, 2013 HIV. COPD. EHD. CWD. Every day you’re bombarded by a blizzard of acronyms, many of them medical terms. more »»
THE EVERYDAY HUNTER: Can Coal Mining Be Good for Habitat?
May 25, 2013 What words come to mind when you think of coal mining? Probably not “good wildlife habitat” – not unless you’ve seen what I’ve see. more »»
THE EVERYDAY HUNTER: A spring morning in the life of a gobbler
May 11, 2013 At 5:38 a.m. on Friday, May 3, a gobbler pulls his head out from under his wing. He listens. Songbirds. Then a few crows squawk. He strains to hear that soft, seductive voice of a pretty hen. more »»
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