Predict Your Dog's Genetic Future

December 09, 2013

Certain dog breeds are more prone to ailments than others, but none are immune to genetic disorders. New research, however, has opened up a host of new preventatives.

Minnesota DNR: We Underestimated Pheasant Counts

December 04, 2013

From concerns over loss of prairie habitat to alarmingly low roadside survey numbers, it's been a bad news cycle for the ring-necked pheasant. A recent report out of Minnesota, though, offers some hope.

Annie Oakley's Shotgun Fetches $293,000 at Auction

December 02, 2013

A Parker Brothers 16-gauge once owned by Oakley sold at auction in Dallas, Texas, on Sunday, Nov. 24 for the huge sum of $293,000.

Green Energy Backfires on Ducks and Upland Birds

November 21, 2013

It seems America's "green energy" policy has already proven disastrous for prairie habitats, and the mainstream media is finally catching on.

Oil Spill Silver Lining: Money for Duck Habitat

November 20, 2013

Things are looking up for the waterfowl impacted by the 2010 Gulf Coast oil spill. Find out how the settlement money from Deepwater Horizon will benefit duck habitats.

What's Your "White Whale" Duck?

November 15, 2013

Is there a duck that's managed to elude you, year after year?

Hunter Catches (and Releases) Goose with Bare Hands

November 12, 2013

A YouTube video apparently depicts a hunter sneaking up on and catching a live goose in the decoys. What do you make of it?

Grouse Hunter Kills Mauling Black Bear

November 05, 2013

Why did the grouse hunter carry a gun? In case of a bear attack, of course. Unfortunately, the unlikely scenario became a frightening reality for one Wisconsin man and his dog.

Anti-Hunter Fires Shotgun at Wisconsin Duck Hunters

November 04, 2013

Did the charges brought against this anti-hunter fit the crime, and what kind of message does it send to other potentially violent 'animal rights activists?'

Four Years Later: Goose Hunter's Jacket, Wallet Returned

October 24, 2013

After losing his hunting jacket—and the wallet stowed inside—Owen Schipnewski never expected to see it again. Four years later, he was proven wrong.