Sports A Field

The North American 29

Or are there actually 40 species of big game on our continent?

Want to Hunt a Red Stag?

These magnificent deer are found in many parts of the world.

Best Bets for Buffalo

Where to go to hunt Africa's Cape buffalo.

Best Places to Hunt Kudu

Top spots in Africa to find the "gray ghost."

From Field to Table

Learn to process, preserve, and cook wild game under the guidance of a professional chef.

Devil Birds of Hells Canyon

In pursuit of chukar partridge on a cast-and-blast river trip.

The Green Hills of Molokai

An idyllic hunt for axis deer in the Hawaiian Islands.

Who Gnu?

Everything you need to know about hunting the various types of wildebeest.

Battle of the Six-Fives

Which is better: Creedmoor or PRC?

Single-shots on Safari

A good idea, or not?

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Telling Our Story

New Nimrod Education Center promotes the benefits of hunting and fishing.

Located at Hillsdale College, its mission is educating the public about sportsmen’s role in conservation.

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The Bear Facts, Part Two

The advice to fight back when attacked by a black bear is almost always a bad idea.

Learn the right way to respond to an attack.

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The Bear Facts, Part One

Much of what you’ve heard from “experts” about black bears is wrong.

Learn the best ways to handle a black bear encounter.

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Now There Are Sixty

An update on Mozambique’s 24 Lions Project.

In 2018, two dozen lions were relocated into a mostly lion-less area of the Zambezi Delta.

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Thirty by Thirty

A proposed initiative would conserve 30 percent of the world’s lands and waters by 2030.

It’s crucial that sportsmen have a voice in implementing this initiative.

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Backcountry Meat Care

Tips for keeping meat clean and cold on a backcountry hunt.

It’s challenging, but doable if you’re prepared.

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A Culture of Generosity

A new study finds that American hunters are incredibly unselfish about sharing their wild harvest.

Some 98 percent of hunters shared meat with others.

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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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A Call for More Nuanced Dialogues on Trophy Hunting

Well-known wildlife scientists call for improvements to studies involving trophy hunting.

The paper was published in the Journal of Wildlife Management.

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