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How to Make a Pheasant Habitat

Plenty's been written about whitetail food plots,

Tips for Field Dressing Game Birds

Preparing wild birds after the hunt can sometimes be tricky, so here are a few of the author's handy tips to simplify the process.

Tips for Field Dressing Game Birds, Part 2

Part 1 of this series covered tips for field dressing and aging game birds, and now it’s on to breasting, skinning, trussing and more!

Is Wind Energy a Threat to Migratory Birds?

One of the concerns regarding wind farms back before they became a fixture on the Midwest landscape was their potential effect on animal populations,especially birds. There have been some incidents that seem to validatethisapprehension. Wind turbines have killed an average of 67 golden eagles per year in the San Francisco Bay area. (Perhaps that's a stat to tuck away for the next time a greeny suggests lead ammo isharming birds of prey.)

The World's Best Waterfowl Hunting

Here’s our Top 10 list of locations every waterfowler would give a precious bid to hunt.

Could Wind Energy Actually Benefit Waterfowl?

Is wind energy bad for waterfowl? It's something we've discussed here before, and a North Dakota study by Ducks Unlimited and the United States Fish & Wildlife Service in North Dakota found that when wind farms are placed on wetlands, breeding pairs of ducks are reduced by an average of 21 percent.

"Kitty Cam" Captures Cats Killing Birds

We've discussed the very negative effect that feral cats and free-roaming house cats can have on wildlife, especially birds. And it seems each time we discuss the impact or the attempts by states to control their feral cat populations, there's a passionate response in the comments section.

Writer: Oiled Ducks Would Be Better Off Euthanized

My friend and fellow dog man Brian Lynn sure does know how to stir up trouble.

Does Rice Kill Birds?

What does rice-tossing at weddings have to do with hunting? Perhaps nothing.

An Extremely Polite Bird Hunt

A veteran grouse hunter finds out why fast-flushing birds of the Deep South are regarded as gentlemanly.

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