Searching – A New England Bird Hunting Tale ~ VIDEO

Searching - A New England Bird Hunting Tale
Searching – A New England Bird Hunting Tale
Project Upland
Project Upland

Coraopolis, PA -( Searching is Ruffed Grouse hunting tale that takes a candid look into the executives producers duel lifestyle.

As a General Manager of a famous nightclub in downtown Boston to his obsession for seeking adventure in the outdoors. Here he takes us deep into the camp culture of northern New England to a camp where his farther an uncle traveled to since the 70’s.

A truly passionate look into soul searching through the outdoors as he struggles to maintain the realities of work and the calling of an old soul..

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Searching from Dangerous Cow Publishing on Vimeo.

What the Critics are Saying about PROJECT UPLAND

“If you have any interest in upland hunting, hunting in general or wilderness, these films are a must-see.” – Wide Open Spaces

“We’re happy to see a film series called Project Upland, created through a partnership between the Ruffed Grouse Society and the filmmakers at Dangerous Cow Publishing…” – Shooting Sportsman Magazine

“What separates ‘Project Upland’ from a traditional ‘hunting’ video is the cinematic experience DeRosa utilizes to capture all of the things that make grouse and woodcock hunting so special.” – Northwoods’R

About The Ruffed Grouse Society:

Established in 1961, The Ruffed Grouse Society/American Woodcock Society is North America’s foremost conservation organization dedicated to preserving our sporting traditions by creating healthy forest habitat for ruffed grouse, American woodcock and other wildlife.  RGS/AWS works with landowners and government agencies to develop critical habitat utilizing scientific management practices.

Information on RGS/AWS, the mission, management projects and membership can be found on the web at:

About Dangerous Cow Publishing Co.:

Dangerous Cow Publishing was established in 2013 to create a greater market for outdoor media and hunting books that ring true with the new generation of every day sportsmen and women. The term “dangerous cow”, was captured from a four year old’s imagining of cape buffalo and adventures with them. That fresh ingenuity is of the same character we strive to emulate in our work. The world is changing and, naturally, our literature must reflect that.

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