Sports A Field

The Intriguing Hartebeest

These interesting antelopes can be quite a challenge to hunt.

High Country Mule Deer

The biggest bucks live in the highest, loneliest places.

Getting Your Goat

A hunt for mountain goats is one of North America's most challenging adventures.

All About Bullets

How to choose the right one to use for your next hunt.

Africa's Most Common Antelope

Depending on where you go in Africa, it could be an impala, reedbuck, springbok, gazelle, or kob.

Skookum Rams of the Brooks Range

Hunting Dall sheep in a remote region of Alaska.

Adventure in the High Pamirs

High-altitude hunting and a unique cultural experience make for an unforgettable ibex hunt.

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Nine-Three

The 9.3, not the .375, should really be considered the minimum cartridge for dangerous game.

This cartridge has proven itself over years of use in the field.

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Great Winter Reads

A selection of great books for reading by the fireside on a snowy evening.

New titles from Craig Boddington, Buzz Charlton, Walter Bell, and many more.

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Field Tested: Prois Cumbre Hunting Gear

A line of high-tech, high-performance hunting clothing designed and built specifically for women.

Prois hunting gear has proven itself on the world’s toughest hunts.

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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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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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Return of the Zambezi Delta Lions

Wild lions are reintroduced to one of Africa’s most important ecosystems.

The roar of lions will once again be heard in Mozambique’s Zambeze Delta.

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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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You Don’t Know What You’ve Got Till It’s Gone

The decline in hunter numbers over the last five years is sparking concern about the funding model for wildlife conservation.

With fewer young hunters entering the field, who will pay for conservation in the future?

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Elephants, Science, and Politics

Elephants in Zimbabwe are under threat from the very efforts intended to save them.

Hysteria over elephant imports is making matters worse, not better, for wildlife managers in this country.

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