This past March West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice announced that the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources was beginning a five-year project with the aim of restoring northern bobwhite quail to the state.
When training my pointer puppy years ago, I wish I had known about the Smith Training Method, outlined and detailed in the exceptionally helpful book Training Bird Dogs with Ronnie Smith Kennels.
In September, following two days of competition, Eddie LeRoy of Eufala, Alabama, was declared winner of the Federal Duck Stamp competition for his painting of a pair of black-bellied whistling ducks.
The verdict was thumbs down for ruffed grouse hunters in New Jersey.
Small Water Waterfowling & The Grand Prairie
After many years of population declines, Missouri’s ruffed grouse finally may be seeing a turnaround.
So you love the outdoors, hunting and fishing; want to help preserve wild places and ensure that wild creatures thrive; and enjoy sharing your enthusiasm for outdoor recreation with others. Well, a new four-year major at Auburn University may be right down your alley.
Home is where the heart is, so it stands to reason that one of waterfowling’s longtime conservation groups, Delta Waterfowl, will continue looking after a Manitoba, Canada, property that is its historic home—keeping it a base for research programs intended to benefit all waterfowl.
A new Pheasants Forever chapter in Bismarck, North Dakota, intends to carry forward the good conservation work that has made Pheasants Forever a force of almost 150,000 members.
Upland hunters in Wisconsin may be facing a shortened ruffed grouse season this fall as biologists and game officials weigh the impacts of West Nile Virus on grouse populations.
The alarming effects of West Nile Virus in ruffed grouse populations and what hunters can do for conservation.
The Parker A1 Special featured at James D. Julia’s spring sale did not bring the highest price ever for a Parker shotgun sold at auction—but it came close.