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Thirteen Yards in One Second: Why You Can Never Outrun a Charging Bear
(Graphic image warning). Bear attacks sometimes happen so quickly that there's nothing you can do to stop them—and you certainly can't run
The Spirit Bear: Monster Interior Grizzly with a Recurve Bow
The author takes one of the largest archery grizzly bears of all time with a recurve bow
Tommy’s Boys: A Crew of New England Hunters Copes with Loss by Driving Deer
A deer-hunting tradition continues, despite the loss of its spiritual leader
The 11 Best Axes, Hatchets, and Tomahawks
Axes and hatchets give you some decided advantages in any outdoor scenario.
Best Duck Loads: How to Pick the Right Shell for the Right Bird
Match your load to your feathered quarry
Shotguns: 7 Features for the Perfect Duck and Goose Hunting Gun
Ducks and geese are built to endure the worst of conditions. To take on nature's most durable birds, you need a shotgun that's as tough as they are. Here are seven key features to look for in a shotgun for waterfowl.
10 Best Hunting Rifles for Deer
Check out the best hunting rifles for your next deer hunt
5 Most Attainable Public-Land Upland Bird Hunts in the U.S.
You don’t need to spend thousands of dollars on private-land quail or roosters to have the upland trip of your life
7 Tips for Feeding Your Bird Dog During Hunting Season
Dogs are not humans. Obvious, right? But when it comes to fueling a four-footed hunting machine, we often default to our own nutrition needs. While this motive may be well-intentioned, a misguided feeding strategy can negatively impact your dog’s performance—and could kill him.
From the Archives: The History of the Outdoor Life Conservation Pledge
In the 1940s, the Outdoor Life editors created a contest to develop a 30-word conservation pledge, which was adopted across the country