OWAA’s Circle of Chiefs lost a member April 16, 2018, with the death of Robert (Bob) Lindholm, 82, of Lindsborg Kansas.
Sheila Link, OWAA’s first woman president, died March 30, just a few months short of her 95th birthday.
Will Cooper was born and raised near the sandy beaches of Southern California. At a young age he developed a passion for exploration — from hiking into storm tunnels as a child to running 100-mile mountain races around the world. Cooper earned his bachelor’s degree from American University’s School of International Service. He is the […]
Most of the news surrounding too much carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is aimed at our changing climate. But there’s another issue when it comes to carbon in the atmosphere that threatens to harm the oceans and disrupt the food chain. It’s ocean acidification.
A new Congress and a new presidential administration may be underway, but heated debates over natural resources management in America continue.
It used to be that all it took to maximize social media was knowing how and when to post something. Since then we have entered an era where mastering social media is a profession within itself.
One of the more fundamental telephone accessories for outdoor writers — the ability to record an interview — remains elusive even on the 10th anniversary of Steve Jobs’ big 2007 unveiling of the first iPhone.
Our art director at Texas Parks & Wildlife magazine likes to put “Easter eggs” in the app version of our magazine as a way to amuse readers (and, truthfully, himself) with little surprises.
Public lands are important to everyone
Hunt begins for new ED, OWAA turns 90.