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Do Deer Urine Lures Actually Work?
Do attractants work on bucks, or just the hunters who buy them?
Is Predicting Wildlife Behavior with Solunar Calendars Fact or Fiction?
It only takes a sportsman a few trips outdoors to notice that wildlife exhibit increased activity levels during certain periods … Continued
Lesson from the Deer Lab: The More You Hunt, the Harder You Have to Hunt
After spending weeks of scouting, prepping, and planning, you can’t wait for opening day to reap the rewards of the … Continued
A Q&A with 4 Wildlife Biologists: Insights About Criticism, Game Populations, and Paperwork
We recently interviewed four wildlife biologists from across the country in order to gain insights about their professions, their relationships … Continued
Does Predator Control Really Work? The Science Behind Hunting Coyotes and Other Predators to Protect Game Animals
We often explain our passion for hunting coyotes and wolves as wildlife management. By killing wild carnivores, we’re protecting the … Continued
Wildlife Biology for Hunters: What’s the Deal with Population Growth?
If you have ever lived in a suburban neighborhood or out in the farmlands, you likely have noticed a whitetail … Continued
GPS Research Confirms It: Spring Gobblers Like to Show Off
Recent advances in technology have given wildlife biologists the ability to investigate daily behaviors of wildlife. These new investigations are … Continued
Read ‘Em and Reap: New Book Will Make You a Better Coyote Hunter
Think you know everything there is to know about coyotes? Then you probably don’t need to read Michael Huff’s new … Continued
3 Ingredients for Antler Growth: Why the “Let Him Go So He Can Grow” Strategy Often Backfires
Hunters are the original optimists. How else do you explain our frequent habit of declining to kill a buck with … Continued
To Bait or Not to Bait: The Impacts of Supplemental Feeding on Deer Behavior and Habitat
Few issues arouse passions among hunters and wildlife managers quite so acutely as supplemental feeding. We’re not talking in-season baiting … Continued