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What follows is salient advice from my best-selling book, assuredly nonfiction.
Pine Hill Plantation is one of onl a few places where hunters can enjoy bobwhite hunting exclusively from horseback and mule-drawn wagon.
Researchers remain stumped as to why mallard numbers in the Atlantic Flyway have fallen 45 percent in the past 20 years.
Maynard Reece, the beloved artist hailed as the “King of the Federal Duck Stamp,” passed away in Des Moines, Iowa, where he’d lived since 1938.
The draw of pipes for classic outdoor writers.
Over the course of three seasons, on a Brigadoon-like highland deep in the Appalachians, dog and bird thrust and parry, matching wits and nerves and senses, each made better by the other.
The ins & outs of hunting diving ducks.
The frustrating persistence of patterning myths.
Sky Dance of the Woodcock,
by Greg Hoch, is a marvel to read. Subtitled The Habits and Habitats of a Strange Little Bird, the book includes eight chapters, each a well-crafted, informative essay.
Bringing in grouse with handcrafted fakes.
Operating out of Lake George, New York, Tally Ho has a fastidious approach to moving dogs between owners, trainers and the field.