Why Anti-Logging Policies are Killing Grouse and Woodcock
Meanwhile woodcock have annually declined 1.2-percent since 1968—that means 800,000 fewer male woodcock than in the early 1970's. What can be done? Kyle Wintersteen takes a closer look.
Sage Grouse Live!
Sage grouse, prairie chickens and sharptails have disappeared from parts of our country where they were once common. But proper management can restore these tall-grass species, if hunter-conservationists do their part. Here’s how to hunt the strongholds where they remain—and become inspired about the revival of our native gamebirds.
First Look: Chief Upland Over/Under Hunting Vest
Looking to up your upland-vest game? Check out the new Over/Under customizable, front-loading vest from Chief Upland.
Western Bird Bonanza
You, your friends and dogs can park the truck, lace up your boots and walk an upland hunter's dream. Just go west.
First Look: Savage Renegauge Prarie
Savage has updated its semi-automatic Renegauge shotgun with a TrueTimber Prarie camouflage stock, to create the Renegauge Prarie.
Go West for Early Birds and Lots of ’Em
They say the early bird gets the worm, but the early hunter gets the bird. Lots of birds, especially out West where seasons open as early as late August.
Recipe: Medicine Bird Soup
If you are feeling under the weather, perhaps a bowl of medicine bird soup is the cure. Even today, trappers will make soup from a ruffed grouse to treat colds and other ailments.
Recipe: Slow Cooker Thai Peanut Pheasant
Contributor Brad Fenson is back in the kitchen with another recipe for uplanders across the continent. Read on for his take on this Thai-inspired fusion dish.
Non-Toxic Shot Roundup
Contributor Mike Roux discusses the ins and outs of non-toxic shot with his audience.
Recipe: Grouse & Cashew Pate
Prairie chicken makes a great pâté that is tender, light and layered with flavor. The combination of spices, chives and cashews in this recipe makes the ultimate game bird hors d’oeuvre or starter for a meal.