Sports A Field

Feathered Fiesta

Discovering the bounty of doves and ducks along Mexico’s Sea of Cortez.

A wing shooting adventure south of the border.

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Working for Wild Sheep

Good news and bad news from sheep country.

Although North American sheep populations are strong, a serious respiratory disease now threatens Dall sheep in Alaska.

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Telling Our Story

Hunters in two states are funding pro-hunting public relations campaigns in an effort to beat the antis at their own game.

A group called the Nimrod Society is urging other states to adopt a similar model and help spread the word.

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Red Stags of the Rakaia

Hunting free-range red deer and fallow deer on New Zealand’s scenic South Island.

Some of New Zealand’s finest hunting can be found in a beautiful region at the the confluence of the Rakaia and Mathias rivers.

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Land of Enchantment

An antelope hunt in the high plains of northern New Mexico.

New Mexico has wide-open spaces, spectacular sunsets, and tons of pronghorn.

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Hug A Hunter

A pro-hunting public-relations campaign is helping to spread the message of hunting’s benefits to non-hunters.

The Colorado Hug a Hunter program has had great success in reaching out to the general public with a positive message.

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Image is Everything

A new initiative helps hunters put their best foot forward.

The Boone and Crockett Club aims to spark thoughtful discourse among hunters about how we present ourselves to the world at large.

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Ding and the Ducks

How a conservation-minded cartoonist helped save America’s waterfowl.

Ding Darling was famous for his editorial cartoons, but his true legacy was one of the most successful conservation programs of all time.

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Making History

Famous female hunters have long walked the game trails of the world.

There is a long and proud tradition of female hunters, both in the United States and elsewhere, who have held their own and often exceeded the accomplishments of their male counterparts.

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Livin’ La Vida Locavore

As more people take up hunting in order to eat healthier, a new study is exploring the importance of wild game as a food source.

In today’s world, our food mostly comes to us purged, processed, and packaged. We acquire it not by growing it from a seed or raising it from a calf, but by swiping a card or clicking a mouse.

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