Sports A Field

Welcoming New Hunters

After years of decline, hunting participation took an encouraging jump this year.

Many of the people trying hunting for the first time were women and young people.

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Rimrock Man

The early life of W.B. Carson.

Carson was a key figure in the history of the conservation of the Texas desert bighorn.

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Going Coastal

Face to face with black bear on the West Coast’s largest island.

On Vancouver Island, the bruins get big.

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Leica Rangemaster CRF

There’s a model for everyone in Leica’s line of compact rangefinders.

A look at the 2400-R, the 2800.com, and the 3500.com models.

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The Wild Sheep of Asia

A primer on the most sought-after game animals of the world’s largest continent.

From argalis to mouflons, all wild sheep are impressive.

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Continuing Conservation

Even during a pandemic, hunters have not stopped working for wildlife.

Conservation groups are the front-line workers for wildlife and habitat.

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An Outdoor Education

A unique pro-hunting curriculum is teaching outdoor skills to tens of thousands of public school students every year.

The Outdoor Adventures program reaches students in more than 500 schools in 35 states.

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Ballot-Box Biology

Wildlife management decisions must be based on the best available science–not on the whims of public opinion.

Ballot initiatives that meddle with scientific wildlife management are nothing new, but they are increasingly common.

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Building a Better Shooter

Gain confidence and extend your ethical field-shooting range at an Outdoor Solutions shooting school.
Improve your shooting skills with expert training.

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