Upper Midwestern states have been fighting wolf battles for more than a decade prior to their delisting in 2011. And management of the apex predator in Wisconsin just took a big step forward.
In March, a jury awarded a man $145,000 for his treeing Walker when it was shot dead while on the hunt.
This year however, it seems higher-than-average rainfall in parts of the country has contributed to a booming brown recluse population.
All dog people learn from one another (sometimes what not to do), and begin to develop their own theories. These theories are usually related to what they’ve learned (been told) by someone else, and from their own experiences and their interpretation of those experiences.
Thanks to big brother Garmin, Tri-Tronics has just upgraded its Pro Series collars to include new features – while lowering the price considerably.
Ducks Unlimited's breeding group surveys show most of the Prairie Potholes Region is in good condition.
Pheasants Forever has released a review of the winter conditions of several states and how snowfall, storms, and habitat combined to either help or hurt ringnecks. Less snow and fewer blizzards give pheasants a fighting chance through the lean months of winter – good habitat, such as cattail sloughs and shelter belts can increase that survival rate even more.
Germany may be the most influential country when it comes to dog breeding.
Banfield Pet Hospital released its “State of the Pet Health 2014,” which details trends in canine health after analyzing data from more than 2.3 million dogs.
Here’s a quick look at a few dog breeds that could make big impacts in U.S. hunting circles.
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