GREEN BAY, Wis. (WBAY) – If you’re a hunter in Wisconsin, now is the time to start sharing your input on the framework for next fall’s deer hunting seasons. Starting Monday, March 22, deer advisory councils in counties around the state will hold planning meetings. Each county can customize how […]

The year 2020 brought with it a global pandemic, a wave of unprecedented riots and protests across the county, lingering questions over the funding of police departments, and an unsettling sense of the unknown — prompting a massive hike in gun sales in every U.S. state. Yet the buying spree wasn’t only ignited […]

John Bradley From an early age, my family could tell I would be a hunter. When I learned to read, I poured over my grandpa’s old Fur Fish and Game magazines. When I was able to tag along with my dad and relatives, I was hooked for life. Your spouse, […]

The pandemic this year has helped reverse a long trend of dwindling interest in hunting as the number of people taking New York state’s mandatory hunting licensing test and license payments nearly tripled, according to an analysis by the Rockefeller Institute of Government. “We’ve had about three decades-plus decline, not […]

On 17th October the highly acclaimed film Ammonite, starring Kate Winslet, opens in the UK. It was filmed on location in Lyme Regis, and is a fictionalised story of the town’s most famous resident, Victorian palaentologist Mary Anning, and her relationship with Charlotte Murchison, played by Saorise Ronan. Rubbish on […]

The pandemic procedures are out for hunting from blinds at Illinois’ public sites. And it is a something. The 2020-2021 waterfowl seasons at Illinois’s public sites should be a season to remember forever. I had to laugh because one of the truest paragraphs to ever come in an Illinois Department […]

HAYS – Anybody who wants to can now view the fossil collections at Sternberg Museum of Natural History in Hays without leaving home. That means more than 23,000 rock and fossil specimens, most of them housed in storage cabinets behind the scenes on the museum’s first floor, are now accessible […]

It’s Saturday evening in London, and I’m house shopping in Dublin, thanks to a virtual-reality headset. Temporarily forgetting she is sitting beside me, I shout to my wife: “I’m in the children’s bedroom.” We can’t go to the Republic of Ireland ourselves to do this. Travellers from Great Britain need […]