Ensure Wildlife’s Future By Helping Conservation Groups

Hunters and anglers support wildlife and wild places whenever buying licenses and a wide variety of archery, fishing and gun-hunting gear. State wildlife agencies receive money from those purchases to…

  Cassie Gasaway   ConservationFeatured   September 29, 2020

IHEA-USA Helps Beginners with ‘Hunters Connect’ Platform

The International Hunter Education Association-USA created “Hunters Connect” to help recent hunter-education graduates learn more hunting skills and in-depth information. “Hunters Connect” is a video-based platform that uses social media…

  Cassie Gasaway   ConservationFeatured   August 13, 2020

Look, but Don’t Touch Young Deer

Spring signals new life. You’ll see trees bud, flowers bloom and many animals give birth, including deer, whose offspring are called fawns. Many people spot fawns lying alone in pine…

  Cassie Gasaway   ConservationFeatured   May 5, 2020

Invasive Bugs: You Can Help Crush Them!

The United States is under attack by invasive insects, and hunters and anglers are on the front line as these harmful bugs threaten native species, ecosystems, property values and wildlife…

  Jackie Holbrook   ConservationFeatured   April 25, 2019

Have Fun by Foraging for Morel Mushrooms!

Those who love mushrooms usually consider morels their favorite. And if you know someone unsure about mushrooms, they’ll probably like morels. Morels have a distinct look and unique taste. Some…

  Cassie Gasaway   ConservationFeaturedVideo   April 18, 2019

Look, but Don’t Touch Young Deer

March 20 is the first day of spring. It signals April showers, May flowers and then baby deer, aka fawns. Many people spot fawns lying alone in pine thickets, patches…

  Cassie Gasaway   ConservationFeatured   March 14, 2019

Buck-to-Doe Ratios: Do They Matter?

Wildlife biologists who work for state wildlife agencies often use buck-to-doe ratios to better understand deer populations and determine harvest quotas for hunters. You might wonder, “What’s a buck-to-doe ratio?”…

  Cassie Gasaway   ConservationFeatured   December 27, 2018

How to Respond to Injured Wildlife

Wild animals sustaining injuries is simply part of nature. If you spend a lot of time bowhunting, you are bound to encounter an injured animal. So what should you do…

  Tyler Ridenour   ConservationFeatured   November 13, 2018

Fred Bear and his Time-Tested Commandments

As a new hunting season begins, reflecting upon seasons long past helps us understand how the hunting community arrived to where it is today. As with most lifestyles, certain pioneers…

  Erik Barber   ConservationFeatured   September 20, 2018