MT Icebuds prove ice skating is not just for kids anymore. All over the country, adults are discovering the joys of lake skating.
By HOLLY ENDERSBY A light drizzle soaks my saddle, rifle scabbard, and horse as we ride silently up a main trail connecting the Salmon River… Read More »Wolf at the Door: Strategic Adaptations
The Arctic cuts a hunter down to size in a hurry. Hunters who have traveled the treeless arctic will understand this lesson in humility.
A life of fishing has opened my eyes to the natural world around me, taught me lessons in patience and humility.
Harney Basin is designated as one of the three most important areas in the West for birds to stop, rest, and feed before continuing on North.
Montana has been the hot spot of dinosaur discoveries since the mid-1800’s and even today, new finds are being unearthed.
Taxidermy makes visible reminders of what every hunter holds dear. Crafting unique animal displays is a hallmark of Dr. Dwight Curtis’s work.
Oregon’s peak spring whale watching time for gray whale migration is March 21-29, when thousands of whales swim by with their young.
But a successful Alaska fishing trip entails lots of online investigation and planning well in advance of any trip you might want to take.
By HOLLY ENDERSBY The descent into the river canyon offers sweet, pine-scented breezes and respite from the August heat as our two pack mules follow… Read More »Mountain Memories: Oregon’s Eagle Cap Wilderness