Age Recommendations for Introducing Kids to Archery

July 16, 2014

Every child grows and matures at a different pace so there is no set age requirement for introducing your child to this lifelong sport. It's the parent or guardian who is the best judge of knowing when their child is ready.

Duck Numbers Up 8 Percent, Break Record

July 14, 2014

Feel free to get excited, waterfowlers. With just two months until early teal seasons open, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s annual population survey indicates that the duck population is looking good.

What the Big Waterfowl Survey Numbers Tell Us about This Year’s Duck Season

July 14, 2014

Can we assume that an estimated eight percent jump in breeding ducks means we'll all see more birds at our blinds come fall?

Fouling

July 11, 2014

Of all the sub-chores in the cleaning process, removing bullet-metal fouling is the most tedious and ornery.

Giant Canada Geese: Our Greatest Conservation Story?

July 11, 2014

Given that the giant subspecies of Canada geese is now found in every U.S. state—often in nuisance-level numbers—it's easily forgotten that the world's largest geese nearly went extinct.

The Independence Day-Archery Connection

July 04, 2014

What does Independence Day have to do with a bowhunting blog? Let Karen Mehall Phillips explain.

Anti’s Crash the Party on Texas Co-Ed’s Facebook Page

July 03, 2014

Photos from an African safari draw threats and rants, and reveal a complete lack of understanding about wildlife management.

Bear Cub Gets Head Stuck in Cookie Jar

July 03, 2014

It's one thing to get caught with your hand in the cookie jar—your head is a different matter entirely.

Bird Group Sues Feds Over Wind Turbine Deaths

July 01, 2014

The American Bird Conservancy has filed a lawsuit that it hopes will help protect Bald and Golden Eagles from Wind Turbines.

Check Your Grip!

June 27, 2014

Relaxing your bow grip can aid your accuracy.