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Connecting hunters with landowners
Many landowners welcome hunting and fishing on their land, but want to know who is on their property. An internet-based service called the Hunting Lease Network pairs landowners with hunters. It...
Learn how to approach a trespasser and how to involve law enforcement
Landowners who don’t want people traipsing around their property should have no-trespassing signs and fences clearly marking the boundaries. But, it doesn’t always work. Bob King is an...
Prevent a tree stand accident this hunting season with these safety tips.
Antler production involves nutrition of the animals, their age, and genetics
A majestic buck is truly a beautiful sight to see. Steve Demarais is a wildlife biologist at Mississippi State University. He says whitetail deer max out on antler growth when they're 5- to 6-...
Take a look at these breath-taking photos of Peace Ranch in Colorado! Does this look like your dream home?
It's mushroom hunting season! Spring brings these tasty morsels out from hiding.
Collecting rocks can tell you a lot about the history and geology of your place
As you're moaning about all the rocks on your land, remember that each one has a story. Gary Lewis is the director of education and outreach for the Geological Society of America. He says to...
Follow these tips to remain safe while hunting. Once a shot is fired, it can never be taken back
People are killed every year in hunting-related activities. Accidental firearm discharge, falling from tree stands, and a shooter misidentifying the target are the main causes of fatalities and...
Do you hunt? I don't, but I have family and friends who do. Deer, pheasant, and wild turkeys are popular targets in Iowa. I grew up in Maryland where duck hunting on the Chesapeake Bay was...
Pheasants Forever's 2010 National Pheasant Fest was held in Des Moines, Iowa and in line with tradition, the event was kicked off with a Bird Dog Parade. Upwards of 40 different breeds of bird...