Feb 23rd

2022

CategoryPosted in News

Not just humans: Study finds NYC omicron spike hit deer too

NEW YORK — When New York City’s COVID-19 rates spiked last December due to the emerging omicron variant, humans weren’t the only mammals affected. The highly infectious variant also hit the white-tailed deer population on Staten Island, the most suburban of the city’s five boroughs, according to a study led by Penn State University scientists […]

Feb 9th

2022

CategoryPosted in News

Coyotes are seemingly everywhere these days

SOMEWHERE IN CENTRAL MASS. — The hunter’s boots crunched through the snow as he walked slowly across the farm, headed toward a pile of meat in the far corner. He’d been replenishing the bait for months now, using the pungent meat from beavers he trapped, and the ruse has been working. It’s coyote mating season, […]

Oct 10th

2021

CategoryPosted in Shooting Sportsman

A Conservation Collaboration

For most upland hunters, the loss or degradation of natural habitat ranks among their gravest concerns. Many of us have experienced the depressing reality of returning to a treasured covert and seeing a productive hunting ground slowly transitioning into an unproductive or unhuntable plot. Worse is when we’ve seen these beloved spots destroyed entirely. The […]

Oct 6th

2021

CategoryPosted in Conservation Frontlines

Stories of the Wild

This documentary presents the story of elephants, wildebeest, and lions as told through the visualization of data gathered from GPS collars used for research. Year: 2021 Producer: Internet of Elephants Duration: 5 Minutes The post Stories of the Wild appeared first on Conservation Frontlines. The views expressed by the editors, authors or users of this […]

Oct 2nd

2021

CategoryPosted in African Hunting Gazette

Hunting wildebeest in Africa

African Black Wildebeest The Black wildebeest (Connochaetes gnou) is sometimes referenced to as the white-tailed gnu.  Its average weight runs between 250-425 pounds, and shoulder height is four feet.  The overall length 65 inches to 90 inches.  The black wildebeest has a dark brown to black coat with a rather incongruous white tail. Males are […]

Sep 29th

2021

CategoryPosted in Wide Open Spaces

Where Does Your Hunting and Fishing License Money Go?

Every sportsman and woman should know that his or her license money goes to fund conservation, but do you know exactly how much? Most hunters and anglers understand that the money we spend on hunting and fishing licenses helps pay for conservation. But just how much of that license money actually goes to support true […]

Sep 25th

2021

CategoryPosted in Conservation Frontlines

Wild Allies

For thousands of years, falconry has been central to the life and culture of Arabia. This documentary takes a look at the fascinating history of Arab falconry, from its origins in the desert to its prominence today and the conservation of the fierce and majestic falcons. It also tells the story of the King Abdulaziz […]

Sep 21st

2021

CategoryPosted in Shooting Sportsman

Sage Grouse Show Accelerating Decline

A report from the US Geological Survey at the end of March brought dire news on the status of greater sage grouse, the gamebirds that have become a bellwether for the wild habitat of the sagebrush steppe. Not only has their population declined 80% range-wide since 1965 and 40% just since 2002, but also the […]

Sep 18th

2021

CategoryPosted in African Hunting Gazette

The Orange Grove Bushbuck

I met Sydney in Kentucky in 2020, just before Covid, and we immediately started talking about a family trip with her, her father and her boyfriend coming to Africa. It was planned for the end of 2020, but obviously Covid ruined our plans.  One evening in early 2021 she and her dad said that they […]

Sep 13th

2021

CategoryPosted in Hunt Wild Pennsylvania

Take on the Challenge of Resident Goose Hunting

By Tyler Frantz Setting out a spread of decoys in a freshly-cut corn field is a classic September setup for resident geese. Photo courtesy of Tyler Frantz. Running through the better part of a month, the statewide Resident Goose Season is designed to help manage local populations with a liberal daily limit across most of […]

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