Jul 15th

2019

CategoryPosted in New Hampshire Fish & Game

Register Now For August and September Hunter Education Courses

Sign up now to take your Hunter Education class and be ready for all the coming seasons. Register today at www.huntnh.com/hunting/hunter-ed.html. Select “Find a Hunter Education Course,” choose a traditional or online class, then complete the registration to join. Walk-ins […] CONTACT: Josh Mackay: (603) 271-0459 Lisa Collins: (603) 271-3212 July 10, 2019 CONCORD, NH […]

Jul 14th

2019

CategoryPosted in DSC News Center

Namibia’s Statement on the Hunting of a Problem Elephant

For the Namibian Ministry of Environment & Tourism’s full response, follow the link here.     The views expressed by the editors, authors or users of this linked article are expressly theirs, and do not necessarily reflect the policies or opinions of Dallas Safari Club, its employees, members or assigns. Any concerns about a site […]

Jul 13th

2019

CategoryPosted in New Hampshire Fish & Game

Summer Youth Bayventures Programs

Youth day programs are being offered once again this summer at the Great Bay Discovery Center, 89 Depot Road in Greenland. Bayventures and Jr. Bayventures give boys and girls the chance to learn about the creatures and habitat of Great Bay, outdoor observation, and even […] CONTACT: Beth Heckman: (603)-778-0015 July 8, 2019 GREENLAND, NH […]

Jul 12th

2019

CategoryPosted in Wide Open Spaces

A Guide to the Great Things About Hunting for Those Who Don’t Do It

Here are a few things to share with the non-hunters in your life. As hunters, it can be difficult to articulate exactly what it is that we love about this pastime and what we get out of it. Unfortunately, hunting is something that is quickly falling out of favor with parts of the general public. […]

Jul 11th

2019

CategoryPosted in Sports Afield

Paper Plate Accuracy

As long as you can keep your shots inside a paper plate, you’ll likely hit the vital zone. With big-game animals it is always essential to hit a vital zone. Misses don’t count and near-misses are far worse than clean misses. For most of us the “vital zone” means center-chest, the heart and/or lung area. […]

MDIFW to Assess Maine’s Wild Turkey Population

By Wildlife Biologist Kelsey Sullivan As a result of recommendations in the recently completed Big Game Species Plan, the Department has been working to generate a data rich method of estimating the size of our wild turkey population to best inform hunting season regulations at the wildlife management district (WMD) level.  To achieve this goal, […]

Jul 9th

2019

CategoryPosted in American Outdoor News

Changing Lives With Wheelchair Outdoor Sports

By Lorraine Lawrence I recently attended the Texas State Sporting Clays Championship. As I walked along towards the clubhouse at the National Shooting Complex (https://nsc.nssa-nsca.org) I was scanning the faces of the people as I passed looking for friends I knew in the crowd. I spotted a motorized wheel chair a short distance in front […]

Jul 8th

2019

CategoryPosted in American Hunter

6.5 Creedmoor Proven: How Does It Actually Perform on Big Game?

The 6.5 Creedmoor is arguably the most popular rifle cartridge of the 21st century, but how does it perform on big game? These detailed accounts include pertinent information such as shot angle, distance, projectile used and more.   The views expressed by the editors, authors or users of this linked article are expressly theirs, and […]

Jul 7th

2019

CategoryPosted in Wide Open Spaces

Fishing in New York: What to Know Before You Go

If you are looking for info on fishing New York, this should satisfy your need. Going on a fishing trip to the Empire State, but don’t know where to start on your planning? We’ve got you covered. New York is a state filled with many varied angling opportunities for a variety of fish species. Mostly […]

Jul 6th

2019

CategoryPosted in SI Live

Protect yourself: Here’s how ticks choose, hunt their prey

  How to safely remove a tick By Annalise Knudson | aknudson@siadvance.com STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — When the weather gets warmer, Staten Islanders become more aware of the dangers of ticks, especially when walking through parks or grassy areas. Ticks feed on mammals, bird, reptiles and amphibians, according to the Centers for Disease Control and […]

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