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.
Understanding the African bushmeat crisis.
The term “bushmeat” is traditionally defined as “the meat of African wild animals as food,” African forests and savannas being commonly referred to as “bush.”
Brown bears are found in many parts of the world, with the biggest in Alaska and Kamchatka. But don’t delay.
Arguably the largest bear species in the world, the brown bear is unarguably the most widely distributed. But if a brown bear hunt is on your radar, don’t wait much longer.
A new book of exciting tales about hunting brown bears in Russia.
From Siberia to Crimea, Geurink and his clients take us on a reaffirming ride through the last half of the 20th century and an uplifting peek into the promise of the 21st.
How to purchase the hunting property you’ve always wanted.
Increasingly, hunters are investing their money in hunting properties—their own private places of solace from the mayhem of daily life.
The lever-action hunting rifle is as American as shootin’ irons can get.
America’s hunting and military history encouraged the development of a fast-firing repeater with a magazine capable of holding plenty of ammo.
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.
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.
A young sheep hunter braves the hazards of the Idaho mountains in search of a very special bighorn.
At fourteen years old, Logan Reed draws his first bighorn sheep tag and embarks on an epic mountain adventure with his dad.