“On Your Own Adventures” hosted by big game hunter and conservation historian Randy Newberg, recently produced the first documentary of a wolf hunt in the Lower 48. Soon to be featured on the Sportsman Channel, Randy and his hunting partner Matt Clyde over an 11 day period, discuss at length the history and current impact […]
Yesterday, I read an in-depth article by noted historian Edmund Morris, discussing an endangered U.S. historical site. Morris stated, “The National Trust for Historic Preservation announced on Wednesday that Theodore Roosevelt’s Elkhorn Ranch beside the Little Missouri River, an exquisitely peaceful meadow revered as the cradle of conservation, is one of America’s 11 most endangered historic […]
To solve many of today’s important economic, energy, and resource-related issues and spur new waves of innovation in America, there’s much that we can learn from our own history relative to how government and private enterprise successfully worked hand in hand on groundbreaking projects such as building the Hoover Dam. In 1931, while the […]
In the last decade, Safari Club International has spent $140 million on protecting the freedom to hunt through advocacy, research and education to ensure that the hunting heritage is accessible for future generations. These programs benefit hunters throughout North American, and the majority of the work is funded with proceeds from its Annual Hunters Convention, […]
Rocky Mountains 1854. Elk move through the dense fog at timberline, the hunter sees them briefly as they ghost toward his concealed position. Near the back of the herd, a cow staggers along slowly and painfully. The broken shaft of an arrow sticking out from her shoulder tells the hunter he […]
Portland, Maine (AP) – Conservation groups and state officials say initiatives to purchase commercial fishing rights and distribute them to local fishermen will help preserve Maine’s fishing communities.
Passport to Texas from Texas Parks and Wildlife and the Wildlife Restoration Program Warren Blesh is president of the Simms Creek Wildlife Management Association , in Mills and Lampasas counties. Were really 75 landowners that have come together in cooperation with Texas Parks and Wildlife. We work with the recommendations from the biologist to manage the deer herd for our ranches”and what well harvest each year.
Passport to Texas from Texas Parks and Wildlife and the Wildlife Restoration Program Biologist Mike Miller dropped his jaw during at the spring meeting of the Simms Creek Wildlife Management Association .