We all know about Yellowstone and Glacier National Park. We’ve seen the grizzly bears, the bighorn sheep and the waterfalls.
As much as I love winter, it often feels like I tolerate nine or 10 months of it, just to enjoy two to three months of incredible summers.
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Dr. Peter Brookes escapes his Washington, D.C. “think tank” job in foreign policy to America’s woods and waters as often as possible to partake of Mother Nature’s bounty and write about it.
I was hunting chukars east of Juntura, Oregon, when I heard the unmistakable growl of an all-terrain vehicle.
Sitting on a diversity panel at the Outdoor Writer’s Association’s conference in McAllen, Texas, in 2014, I was prepared to talk about engaging Hispanics in the outdoors.
Tim Cahill is often identified as an outdoor adventure writer, but it’s not the identity he prefers.
Bring your camera and join Ann and Rob Simpson in a special hands-on, pre-conference photography workshop.
In 2008, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service reported that the trend in outdoor activities for the years 2001-2006 showed decreases in hunting (-10 percent) and freshwater fishing (-14 percent).
All Things Jerky: The Definitive Guide to Making Delicious Jerky and Dried Snack Offerings
By Andy Lightbody and Kathy Mattoon with a forward from Jim Zumbo