Sharing Gifts of Wild Game

Sharing Gifts of Wild Game

It’s fun to develop unique holiday traditions. When I lived in Alaska and flew home for Christmas, my parents knew I’d arrive with a suitcase and cooler filled with salmon. I loved watching family and friends marvel at the vibrant red fillets. They lived landlocked...
9 Wildlife Fun Facts

9 Wildlife Fun Facts

1. Elk Are Amazing Babysitters Next time you need a babysitter, consider a cow elk. OK, elk can’t care for our babies, but they very much care for each other’s calves. Shortly after giving birth, cows and their calves form herds consisting of yearlings, older females...
Your Guide to Layering Bowhunting Clothes

Your Guide to Layering Bowhunting Clothes

Daylight will filter through the branches any minute. Sitting in the darkness, you keep picturing that big buck from your trail camera photos. As morning’s shade grows lighter, you’re that much closer to finding him. It’s opening day. You spent all summer scouting and...
How Terrain Funnels Deer Movements

How Terrain Funnels Deer Movements

One of bowhunting’s biggest challenges is getting close enough to make ethical shots. Bowhunters use many tacticsto close the gap, like silently stalking their quarry. Another option is to let animals come to you. Hunters use treestands and ground blinds in hopes an...
Tips for Bowhunting as a Family

Tips for Bowhunting as a Family

“Say goodbye to hunting.” That was one of the most unwelcomed pieces of advice I was given while pregnant. While waddling through the woods with a growing belly, backache and intense food cravings, I thought, “Hunting with kids can’t be that hard. Certainly not harder...