Inside Summer UA 2017

By on April 6, 2017

upland-almanac-spring-2017-toc-webInside the Upland Almanac Summer 2017 issue, enjoy a collection of art and personal stories in our Day’s End section with contributions from Lee Arten, Peggy Watkins and Larry E. Slaughterbeck.

With this issue John Pollmann writes about his journey to the Saskatchewan prairie in search of Hungarian partridge. Jim Matthews shares his concerns over the loss of sage habitat in the Great Basin of Nevada and surrounding states and the impact on the sage grouse population.

Alan Liere comically shares his reluctant embrace with modern technology. Tom Keer updates us on a few topics in Flushes & Noteworthy Points including some new statistics on the growing number of women shooters.

Alec Sparks discusses need vs. want when selecting a hunting dog and Jessie Richards offers insight on why it’s helpful to raise a puppy in the house. Walt Cottrell, DVM answers a reader’s letter concerning overcoming a pad cut.

Bryan Bilinksi writes round two of “Why We Miss” and Ernie Foster shares some history on John Browning’s A-5 Sweet Sixteen plus he takes us behind the scenes at MERKEL in Germany.

In our Tailgate Review we’ll highlight some products from Otis, PEET, Chef’s Choice, Kestrel and Nite Ize, Inc.. Plus famed chef Gordon Hamersley dishes up a recipe for Pheasant Breasts with Moroccan-Spiced Beans, Garlic & Tomatoes.

In our column Section 799.2, enjoy a letter written by author John W. Mackay to his son, Patrick. And Glen Blackwood offers some suggestions for good summer reads in his Pages Past column.


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