The Top Four Reasons Wolf Management Makes Sense

The Top Four Reasons Wolf Management Makes Sense

“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 [...]

Proposed Idaho Law Would Allow ‘Road Kill’ on the Grill

Proposed Idaho Law Would Allow ‘Road Kill’ on the Grill

Have you ever wondered what happens to big game if they are killed in a auto collision? Currently in Idaho it is illegal to take any meat for your own personal consumption. A new law in Idaho would allow only game animals to be salvaged such as moose, deer, and elk. Full Story:  

Predation, Starvation and the Will to Survive

Predation, Starvation and the Will to Survive

Living in the wilderness of Idaho, I am lucky to be surrounded by the incredible beauty of nature. I also empathize with the wild animals as I witness their daily struggles when faced with predation, starvation and the will to survive. The famous ‘wolf’ is a heated topic of conversation up here in the Rockies. Walk [...]

America’s Top 20 Trophy Elk Counties

America’s Top 20 Trophy Elk Counties

MISSOULA, Mont.-America’s top 20 trophy elk counties have produced a combined 602 record-book bulls, and the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation has invested millions to keep habitat in those counties in top condition. Elk Foundation projects in trophy counties have included prescribed burns, treating noxious weeds and thinning overgrown forests to enhance forage for elk and [...]

Idaho “ Whitetail, Elk, Muley “ Private Land

This outfitter has one of the largest land holdings through leases in the state of Idaho. These ranches are located in the Hells Canyon area, near the famous and picturesque Salmon and Snake Rivers. Access into these ranches is strictly controlled, however, the animals are free ranging and therefore challenging to hunt.

Herd Bulls

Herd Bulls  Late evening wind slips through the pines. Shadows begin their descent along the ground, to merge with the already growing darkness deep in the forest. On strong legs the old bull climbs to a high vantage point surveying his home range. Granite peaks rise to the west. Cloud shadows slide across the deep green [...]

Elk Foundation marks 25th year

Elk Foundation marks 25th year

The view out the window of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation keeps changing. Twenty-five years ago, it was a pine forest out back of Bob Munson’s trailer home/real estate office in Troy – and the vision of four men who thought their favorite animal needed a helping hand. Twenty-five years later, the Elk Foundation’s executive [...]

Elk Foundation marks 25th year

The view out the window of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation keeps changing. Twenty-five years ago, it was a pine forest out back of Bob Munson’s trailer home/real estate office in Troy – and the vision of four men who thought their favorite animal needed a helping hand. Twenty-five years later, the Elk Foundation’s executive [...]