Sports A Field

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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Explaining Ourselves

A new study provides some important insights on how to talk to a non-hunter about hunting.

Many non-hunters have no idea that licenses are required, or that the meat is used.

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Adventure in the High Pamirs

Hunting ibex in Tajikistan.

High-altitude hunting and a unique cultural experience combine for an unforgettable adventure in the mountains of central Asia.

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The Future of Hunting

Hunter numbers are declining, but wildlife advocates are working to turn the tide.

R3 efforts and outreach to non-hunters are crucial efforts that all hunters should support.

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Highland Tradition

A hunt for red stags in the magnificent Scottish Highlands.

Tweed-clad stalkers and garron ponies make for a unique and traditional experience.

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Slowing Down

The old still-hunter’s mantra is a good lesson for the woods, and for life.

Reflections from the deer woods as the end of the year approaches.

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