UA Winter 2016 Issue

By on October 6, 2016

upland-almanac-winter-2016-issueAn excerpt from John C. Gosselin’s Publisher Note…We are in the midst of another set of glorious upland bird seasons in all the different states. Some of us are wrapping up woodcock hunting while others are getting ready for their seasons to begin. Throughout the sweet spots in their range, grouse and pheasant seasons are in full swing. And in the South and Southwest, the best is yet to come for quail.

Also on the agenda in a couple of weeks is the Presidential election. I recently stumbled upon some information that offers a reminder of the old saying: “It’s not just the presidency; the other, ‘down ballot’ elections are important, too.”

At the Facebook page of the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, a speech from Director Dan Ashe offered a sobering reminder that as sportsmen and sportswomen our responsibilities go far beyond joining our favorite species-specific conservation clubs or buying raffle tickets.

The Winter 2016 Cover features “End of the Hunting Day” by Christine Coombs. For more information, visit coombsartgallery.com.

Read the rest of the story in the Winter 2016 Issue of Upland Almanac.

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