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Smoke From Western Wildfires Likely Disrupts Waterfowl Migration in Pacific Flyway
The USGS study determined that smoke from wildfires causes birds to fly longer and use more energy
Field & Stream Bought a $33,000 Duck Stamp Contest Entry. Here’s Why.
When John Oliver, Field & Stream, and a decades-old conservation program meet, you get this crazy story
Minnesota’s Early Teal Experiment: More Opportunity for Duck Hunters or a Threat to Duck Hunting as We Know It?
Wildlife agencies in states like Minnesota are trying to create more opportunity to increase duck hunter numbers. But are the new seasons and more liberal regulations hurting their cause?
Why Do Duck Hunters Despise Each Other?
A duck hunter’s theory on why waterfowlers can be the biggest jerks in all of hunting and how you can be part of the solution
Duck Hunters Should Expect to See Older and Fewer Ducks This Fall
Drought in the “duck factory” means limited production of mallards, pintails, blue-winged teal and other species
The Annual North American Waterfowl Breeding Survey Is Canceled—Again. Here’s What It Means for Hunters
Spring breeding data gathering has been scrubbed for the second year in a row
The Public-Land Hunting in My State Sucks, and I’m Okay With That
Hunters new and old need to be more realistic about what constitutes success on public land
It’s Time to Stop Hunting Ducks So Damn Much
Managing hunting pressure is the key to better duck hunting (on private and public land)
We Had Rob Roberts Customize a Winchester SX4 into the Ultimate Waterfowl Hunting Shotgun
The Arkansas gunsmith is known for his Benelli Performance Shop Super Black Eagles, but he can turn just about any shotgun into a more accurate—and durable—autoloader
Right Now is The Best Time to Be a Public-Land Small-Game Hunter
Don’t give up on the season yet. There’s still time to have one hell of a multi-species hunt on public ground