Most of us live in Wyoming because of the outdoor recreation opportunities. The least populated state has everything from world-renowned mountain biking and climbing to sought-after hunting and fly fishing.
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RALEIGH — Become BearWise. That’s the advice N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission biologists are giving now that the weather is warm, and bears are on the move.
By the time you read this I will be safely ensconced high in the mountains of northeast Oregon, happily engrossed in my fairly annual spring bear hunt. Annual that is, unless I’ve made some so…
With warm weather finally making its way to the area, it’s the perfect time to enjoy the outdoors.
Over the final thousands of paddle strokes as we neared the completion of our Lake Superior circle tour by kayak in 2010, I was already thinking about the next expedition. Over that summer wh…
Information on ticks and the various diseases they can spread is available on the Richland Public Health website, www.richlandhealth.org. There you can learn how to identify, prevent, and safe…
The lingering snowpack during March and April took its toll on eastern Idaho mule deer with below-average survival rates of fawns.
Decades ago, I killed my first buck and I remember the details vividly. The season before that success was an experience I’d like to forget. Hunting alone, I was proudly carrying my own rifle …
The most important points 10-year-old Alexis Anderton of Prairie City said she learned during a recent hunter education course was to “keep your gun pointed in a safe direction, and treat ever…