Public land antelope provide adventure for Intrepid Outdoors family

DEVILS TOWER, WY – Although some people appear to be born hunters, for even the most skilled, they must have the proper guidance. It doesn’t hurt when that guidance begins at two years old. That’s just the lifetime of adventure Parker Key, son of Intrepid Outdoors co-host Zach Key, is about to embark on as he joins his father in pursuit of the Sublette County Migration of pronghorn antelope-a famous migration across the plains of Wyoming each fall. For young Parker, the event is a true family affair. In addition to dad, he is joined by his mother and grandparents on this scenic hunt.
“I’m going to take him out and try to show him the ropes,” Zach tells Wade McMillin, lead video editor for Intrepid Outdoors in a blog posted on the Sportsman Channel website. “I want to try to show him what the outdoors is all about and teach him to be an ethical hunter from an early start.” And that’s exactly what Zach and Parker do-together-as Zach encounters an abundance of antelope before just the right animal, and shooting situation, comes along. Don’t miss this exciting episode of Intrepid Outdoors, which also features Intrepid pro-staffers Ray and Amy Alexander as they attempt to call in a bugling bull that they hope will be Amy’s first on film.
Viewers can catch all of the action on the Sportsman Channel Monday at 6:30 p.m. Encore presentations also air Friday at 3 p.m. and Saturday at high noon (all times EST). Zach and Parker’s exciting antelope adventure will also appear on the NBC Sports Network Thursday at 2 p.m. (EST).
The Texas Channel also features great hunting action with Team Intrepid Wednesdays at high noon (local time). This week’s episode follows co-host Adam Hayes as he attempts to arrow a Boone & Crockett black bear in Saskatchewan.
About Intrepid Outdoors: Intrepid Outdoors is the first show to focus on preserving the rights of hunters to access, enjoy and hunt our nation’s public lands. In addition to thrilling hunting action with the Intrepid Team of Mike Schmid, Adam Hays, Bob Lott and Zach Key, Intrepid is also committed to connecting kids to the outdoors, as well as educating and informing Americans about the compatibility of conservation and energy exploration and extraction. Visit their website at or follow them on Facebook at and on Twitter at
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