Reviewed: 9 New Shotguns for the uplands
PF Editor Tom Carpenter offers his theory that the way a person approaches a hunt and their mindset are critically important to successfully bagging birds.
Prairie grouse prospects get better the farther north you look
Stiefvater and the Malheur chapter had negotiated an agreement with the City of Ontario
Vest kit and truck kit checklists for bird doggers
Combine your favorite gamebirds with one of your favorite foods
A first-time pointing breed owner and trainer shares takeaways on what she would do differently the second time around
Long Way Home is a short film about loss, second chances, identity, bird dogs and the power of connecting to people and places through hunting.
Breaking projects into multiple phases helps ease the stress and financial strain those projects can cause
An upland adventure chasing ptarmigan, then mountain quail and valley quail in Oregon before swinging east toward Montana searching for dusky, ruffed, sage, and sharp-tailed grouse.
As America’s population continues to grow, Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever continue to create new and innovative ways to introduce people to wildlife and the outdoors.
The chapter assists many CREP landowners by establishing and managing their fields
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