Select your favorite bucks from our Battle of the Bucks contest.
The recent North American Whitetail Deer Summit hosted by QDMA is well over, but it’s impact is still being felt. The summit identified the principal threats facing deer and deer hunters and spawned a national initiative to do something about them. The summit identified all kinds of issues threatening whitetails, but the 800-pound gorilla in the room somehow got lost in the shuffle.
I intend to spend the next several months doing all I can do to turn my 17 acres of ho-hum land into something far more attractive to whitetails.
We wanted to see how OL readers viewed deer hunting so we could start answering questions about how to manage America's favorite game animal. Here's what you had to say.
Before you applaud or admonish a deer cull, it’s important to first know how these things actually work.
Crossbows are now officially a legal hunting implement in New York State.
Back in 2000, voters in my home state of Montana passed Constitutional Initiative 143, effectively ending the controversial business of game farming.
Big changes are in the works for bowhunting in Connecticut. Not only is bowhunting on the rise among the state’s hunters, but the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection is also considering lifting the ban on Sunday hunting for deer hunters using bows.
Back in 2011, when we published a downbeat assessment of deer trends across North America, we were called alarmists, pessimists, and even unpatriotic.
Northern states were savaged by winter storms this winter and increases in mortality are to be expected.
|Page 1 of 105||123456789…||next ›||last »|