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Managing Young Forest Wildlife Habitats in Rights-of-Way Landscapes

Wildlife Management Institute - Eric Margenau and Petra Wood

The central Appalachian region is extensively forested, but the majority of stands are 60 years o... ...Read More >


Pittman-Robertson Act Came at the Right Time

Wildlife Management Institute - Craig Springer, USFWS. Photos by National Wildlife Federation

He called Sardinia home, a small town a short distance from the Ohio River, nestled amid the gent... ...Read More >


2020 Quail Hunting Forecast

Quail Forever

Weather and Conditions, Habitat, Broods, Counts, Top Spots and Insider Tips. ... ...Read More >


Public Land Provides Pandemic Remedy

The Ruffed Grouse Society/American Woodcock Society

Public land hunting is often synonymous with ruffed grouse and woodcock hunting here in North Ame... ...Read More >


2020 Pheasant Forecast

Pheasants Forever

If you lived through the winter of 2019-20 in the northern strongholds of pheasant country, you g... ...Read More >


COVID-19 Impacts on Timber Markets and Forest Wildlife

Ruffed Grouse Society/American Woodcock Society by Ryan Lisson

It’s safe to say that 2020 has been a bit of a whirlwind and things haven’t gone as planned. With... ...Read More >


2020 Prairie Grouse Primer

Pheasants Forever & Quail Forever

Sharp-tailed grouse, prairie chickens and sage grouse await you and your dog across the central a... ...Read More >


Developing a Comprehensive Sagebrush Conservation Strategy

Wildlife Management Institute’s Outdoor News Bulletin

The Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies (WAFWA) is coordinating development of a co... ...Read More >


Louisiana Doves: Keeping Vigilance and Maintaining Access

John Flores

James Whitaker, a biologist for the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, turned his tr... ...Read More >


Photo Gallery: Bookends - A Kansas Quadfecta!

Pheasants Forever & Quail Forever (Photos and text by Tom Carpenter)

A Photo Gallery... ...Read More >


As Alaska’s fall bird-hunting seasons approach, a pair of aging bird dogs are ready to return to the field

Christine Cunningham

This fall, the two best hunting dogs I have known will head into their respective seasons as olde... ...Read More >


Celebrating the Historic Passing of the Great American Outdoors Act

Pheasants Forever/Quail Forever

Pheasants Forever & Quail Forever is celebrating the July 23 passage of the Great American Outdoo... ...Read More >


Quail Brood Rearing

Jim Wooley, Quail Forever Senior Field Biologist (Emeritus)

Quail run two back-to-back marathons in spring and summer – nesting first, followed immediately b... ...Read More >


Ceasar Guerini Magnus Field

Caesar Guerini USA

The New Magnus is designed to appeal to the discriminating hunter who appreciates a classic shotg... ...Read More >


The Spark

Quail Forever’s Hannah Hays, Photos by Benjamin Hale

I can’t take my eyes off Cooper, knowing at any moment he could find his first wild birds. ... ...Read More >


In This Together: How Pheasants Forever Led The Way To Pollinator Conservation

Chris Madson, Pheasants Forever

It may be the first sound I remember, after my mother’s voice: the two insistent notes at the beg... ...Read More >


The Beautiful Fausti DEA SPORTING, a Dedicated Sporting Clays SxS


The three dynamic Fausti sisters are very proud of introducing their new side-by-side shotgun to ... ...Read More >


Comparing Habitat: Ruffed Grouse, Woodcock, Cottontail Rabbits and Snowshoe Hare

Ryan Lisson, Ruffed Grouse Society

There’s a lot of information online about the different habitat types that wild game species like... ...Read More >


Want more Quail?

Jared Wiklund, Quail Forever

As the spring nesting season transitions into the brood-rearing phase for many of our quail speci... ...Read More >


Facts Surrounding the Magic of Nesting Season

Pheasants Forever

Springtime throughout pheasant country brings with it one of the great disappearing acts of the ... ...Read More >


Ruffed Grouse Society - American Woodcock Society: Forestry Is Always Essential

Anthony Giattino and Jon Steigerwald

Despite vacant streets in normally vibrant cities and traffic-free highways across the country, t... ...Read More >


National Shooting Sports Foundation interactive “Where to Hunt” Map!


Select any state from the interactive map to find hunting license and permit information, where t... ...Read More >


Pheasants Don't Grow in Trees

Anthony Hauck

Nesting cover rules, while the difference between trees and “woody cover” is distinct “To those f... ...Read More >


Ask #TeamEukanuba dog training video. TRAINING TIP: First In, Last Out

Eukanuba Sporting Dog

In this installment of Ask #TeamEukanuba, Josh Miller from River Stone Kennels shares a training ... ...Read More >


Breed Myopia, Mine is for English Setters

Tom Keer

I love all horses, some dogs and no cats. Two of those animal groups are self explanatory, but w... ...Read More >


Ruffed Grouse Society & American Woodcock Society Continue Support for Eastern Woodcock Migration Study – See active GPS Migration Map

Brent Rudolph

The Virginia Chapters of the Ruffed Grouse Society have provided the latest commitment of member ... ...Read More >


Spring's Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) Signup is in The Books. Here Are The Results, and What They Mean for Your State and Favorite Hunting Spots.

Jim Inglis

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has announced results from the latest CRP gene... ...Read More >


Quail restoration in SC ‘one of the greatest conservation challenges’

Breck Carmichael - SCDNR report

COLUMBIA — Quail restoration efforts in South Carolina improved exponentially recently when the 2... ...Read More >


The Mighty 20 Gauge

Dale Valade - Shooting the Breeze

I remember it like yesterday. I was 9 years old, squinting down the barrel of that old J.C. Higgi... ...Read More >


The Fausti Aphrodite O/U Shotgun


The O/U model “APHRODITE” comes in 12, 20 and 28ga as well as .410 bore in either traditional hun... ...Read More >


Bird hunting travel: a dozen tips I learned so you don't have to

Scott Linden

I've found D-I-Y bird hunting in public-access spots throughout the country: Florida, Georgia, Al... ...Read More >


Trekking South Dakota's Ordway Prairie in Pursuit of Upland Birds

Gary Lewis

A bull bellowed, a cow shook water out of her coat. A coyote slunk away with nary a glance at the... ...Read More >


The Magnificent Caesar Guerini Revenant 20 gauge


Fine shotguns have always been the synthesis of art and function. Over the last 100 years some of... ...Read More >


Press Release: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Seeks Public Input to Increase Access to Refuge System Lands


As part of its ongoing effort to increase public access on federal lands, the U.S. Fish and Wildl... ...Read More >


Making Cents of Pet Insurance

Jodie Stemler

After the third day of vomiting our Brittany, Mesa – typically a voracious eater – simply stared ... ...Read More >


Electronic Shooters Protection


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New Guinness World Record Set October 12, 2019


On October 12, beginning at 10:12 am, a team of 5 shotgunners began their attempt to break the cu... ...Read More >


In The Uplands


Wolfe Publishing Company is proud to present the 2020 In the Uplands Calendar. For six years the ... ...Read More >




Dogtra, the producer of the world’s finest e-collars and dog training products, is proud to annou... ...Read More >


The Upland Lifestyle


The Upland Lifestyle is a video put together by CZ USA.... ...Read More >


The Garmin Xero S1 Trapshooting Trainer


Garmin, introduces the Xero™ S1 Trapshooting Trainer, the first near real-time shotgun trainer th... ...Read More >