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Modern Huntsman Stories
Africa from the Air
The world isn’t really making any more wild places, so we must do what we can to preserve the ones we have.
Watch & Learn
Everything he does is inspired by his passion for the habitat, the birds, the dogs, and the efforts to conserve those three for generations to come.
Old Friend, New Trick
Story By Photos Tyler Sharp Read Time 10 minutes Posted Presented ...
Waypoints Of A Hungry Life
Someone makes a slingshot. Someone produces a fishing pole. Forays to the river begin to include a stop at the general store for bait and tackle. Rabbits and fish are added to the bounty that our little hands gather from the land.
The Weight of Wolves
The only place a wolf can be a devil or a saint is in the eye of the beholder.
Hunting with Wolves
“Nature is not more complicated than you think, it is more complicated than you can think.” — Frank Edwin Egler, Plant Ecologist, Hunting with Wolves
Wild Food: The Seed and the Story
This series pursues the idea that food is more interesting when it has a story of its own. Even in a world of rapid urban expansion and deliver-to-your-door technologies, it’s still possible to pursue a life where you’re a part of your food story – the old fashioned way. Whether through hunting, fishing or foraging, meals taste better when they are products of your learned skills, or killer instincts. These are the keepers of that flame, reminding us to stay wild.
Texas Christmas with Stewards of the Wild
This isn’t my first dove hunt, but it’s my first dove hunt in Texas, and many proud Texans would tell me that I have misspoken and it is, in fact, my first dove hunt. By the end of my trip, I will humbly stand corrected.
Goodbye to a River: A Narrative by John Graves
If you come to this book looking for some kind of textual analogue to your favorite hunting television show or survivalist Instagram feed, though, prepare for disappointment.
Hunters of Color
The act of hunting itself stretches far beyond the bounds of our labeled identities. And yet, hunters who fall outside of the mainstream American status quo of “who a hunter is” experience barriers not of their own making.
In the Scottish Highlands, traditions remain strong, and hunting and fishing — particularly stalking — are part of the way of life.
The Hand That Feeds
This combination of more people and more bears makes the community one part paradise and one part powder keg. This post is only available to members.