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The Quest of the Eastern Cougar

The Quest of the Eastern Cougar

Connecticut residents and locals doubt the explanation as a transient male in search of a female for what they believe is a resident population of undetected cougars in the Northeast…

Forests Need Our Intellectual Honesty And Stewardship

The prevailing thought has kept woodlands from being managed by both humans and Mother Nature. We have learned that “passive management” is conspiring against forest health through degradation by aiding invasive plants and insects, and other wildlife to overtake forests…

Wildlife Land Trust - Anti Hunting Group

Wildlife Land Trust – Not to Be Trusted

This project is a subsidiary of the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS), the country’s largest animal rights group. This anti-hunting trust reported control or ownership of more than 100 “sanctuaries” in 38 states…

Bob Schuh

The Bird Box Man

In a matter of weeks, Schuh had cut the boards for 200 wood duck boxes, after which Packerland Chapter members came to his shop and assembled the pieces…

Snowy Owl, Newburyport, MA, 28 November 2011. Photograph by Ryan Schain.

Snowy Owl Sightings Snowball

They are spreading across the United States in great numbers and turning heads. The nearly two-foot-tall, predominantly white owls – Harry Potter’s Hedwig is a snowy – are hard to miss…

NJOA Refutes Sierra Club & Affirms Bear Hunt as Warranted

New Jersey Outdoor Alliance believes that a black bear hunt is a responsible, pragmatic, environmentally sound, science-based method for bringing the black bear population in line with the cultural carrying capacity of available habitat…

Gray wolf. Photo by John and Karen Hollingsworth/USFWS

A Lone Wolf Travels Toward California

Any wild gray wolf that returns to California is protected as endangered under the Federal Endangered Species Act, administered by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service…