For almost 60 years some of the finest Labrador retrievers in the world—national champions, hall-of-famers, sires and dams that have made incalculable contributions to the breed—have come from Mary Howley’s Candlewood Kennels.
His name was Timothy Murphy, he made his home in Fargo, and his poetry, if you’ve not had the pleasure, will hit you where you live.
With the IHAP program, the focus is on habitat—and hunters who access enrolled properties know they are going to find good bird cover.
A unique perspective on the challenges—and rewards—of hunting with a “senior” partner.
For both health and performance reasons, fewer owners are spaying or neutering their dogs—and then only after the dogs are at least a year old.
Set in a remote part of western Kentucky, Wild Wing Lodge transports hunters back to the good old days of quail hunting.
In Martha’s words, “It was a great honor to be part of carrying on the Elhew tradition. After Brian’s passing, I felt it was my responsibility to end Elhew Kennels properly and retire the Elhew prefix. I know in my heart that this is what Bob and Brian would want.”
About the dimensions of an index card, with a pumpkin-hued cover and 20 textured, cream-colored pages, this book has the feel of something handmade.
Keith R. Crowley’s celebration of the canine partners whose presence adds drama and meaning to the upland experience.
The RPQRF believes that quail are impaired by parasitic infection, such as from eyeworms, and that their reproduction and survival are reduced.
To Wisconsin’s county forests for grouse & woodcock.