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The Future of Trout Fishing in the West Could Be in Hot Water
Experts say the future of cold-water fish species like trout and salmon depends on climate restoration, and anglers themselves
Is the Field-to-Table Movement Just a Trend, or the Future of Hunting?
Knowing where your food comes from has never been trendier. But will that result in a sustainable increase in hunting participation? Experts from the wild-game cooking world weigh in
The Outdoor Life Podcast: Will Wildlife Survive Extreme Drought and Wildfires?
High temperatures, low rivers and reservoirs, and scorching wildfires are reshaping the landscape and the future for wild critters like big game, waterfowl, and native fish
Traditions Unchanged: The Newest Issue of the Outdoor Life Digital Edition
While the good old days are gone, there's plenty for hunters and anglers to reminisce about, and look forward to
Bounties, Petitions, and Politics: Why the Wolf War Is Only Getting More Extreme
The Interior Department is being pressured to return America’s wolves to the Endangered Species List while some hunters and ranchers are calling for higher kill quotas
I Got This Nasty, Flesh-Eating Fungal Infection from a Coyote
Hunters don’t often get sick from the game they hunt, so it can be tough to identify the source when it does happen
The Western Megadrought Is Killing Mule Deer
Mule deer in the West are struggling, and overall populations will decline if the drought persists
Pope & Young Club Reinvents Itself to Appeal to Younger, More Diverse Bowhunters
The Pope & Young Club is tolerating crossbows, reconsidering membership thresholds, and renewing its commitment to advocate for all bowhunters
Republicans Call on Biden to Withdraw His Pick to Run the Bureau of Land Management
Tracy Stone-Manning’s association with "ecoterrorists" 30 years ago comes under Senate scrutiny
Trouble in Turkey Country: Can Two Conservation Orgs Help Declining Populations?
As wild turkey populations decline across parts of their range, conservation groups scramble to both invent and reinvent themselves