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- 10 Reasons People Get Lost in the WildSurvival Here’s how getting lost can happen to the best of us Between the years of 1992 and 2007, our national parks were the site of 65,439 search and rescue (SAR) incidents. In this day of technology, how does that still happen?
- DIY Camo Paint Job: Turn an Old Kayak in to a New Duck BoatHuntingWith a little paint, and a bunch of elbow grease, you can make nearly any piece of equipment disappear into its surroundings. Most commercial camo patterns are available…
- 8 Great Broadheads for Crossbow HuntingGear A quick look at the best crossbow broadheads from the leading manufacturers Crossbows are lighter, quieter, and faster than ever before. Despite all the technological advances, the truth is the broadhead at the end of a bolt is really what…
- Beagles, Religion, and Rabbit Hunting in the Pennsylvania HillsHunting Pennsylvania Pastor Robert Ford finds his calling amid his flock and a pack of beagles. Methodist pastor Bob Ford, nicknamed the Beagle Bard for his fondness for writing about his hounds, has a stature reminiscent of his days as a tight-end playing college…
- Book Review: Path of the PumaOpen Country A Q&A with hunter and author Jim Williams Jim Williams is a hunter, biologist and conservationist in Montana. His lifelong passion has been wild cats – particularly the mysterious creature called mountain lion,…
- 10 Reasons People Get Lost in the Wild
- 15 years of sustainability leadershipCalifornia non-profit FishWise has celebrated its 15-year anniversary and contributions to sustainability and corporate social responsibility amongst seafood companies.
- Science of breeding, genetics and feedThe last two sessions of the High Energy Mariculture Conference 2018 took on a more scientific feel, as talks turned to hatchery and breeding operations, disease-resistant fish, latest innovations, and how fish can be kept healthy to allow for maximum returns on investment.
- Site selection analysis and restrictionsSite selection is an extremely important part of starting an aquaculture venture, said conference chairman Langley Gace as he opened session 5 on day two of the High Energy Mariculture Conference 2018.
- Certification and aquaculture insurance adds valueThe second day of the High Energy Mariculture Conference 2018 began with business development and investment for offshore farms.
- 600t Atlantic Salmon R&D facility a successA 600t per annum salmon hatchery, smolt and market-size Atlantic Salmon Recirculating Aquaculture System (RAS) R&D facility in Poland has successfully grown several large batches since opening in 2016.
- 15 years of sustainability leadership
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Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials are grappling with how to find new revenue streams amid budget cuts and millions of dollars worth of deferred maintenance stacking up at its dams and fisheries just in time for thousands of orange- and camouflage-clad … Continue reading
Dove hunting in Colorado opened Thursday, the traditional opener serving as a tuneup of sorts for the duck, goose, pheasant and quail seasons to come. Opening day found our group of seven tuning up in the Arkansas Valley near my … Continue reading
More than 950,000 people hunt and fish in Colorado every year. That’s second only to the ski industry. Fact is, 70 percent of Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s annual budget comes from hunting and fishing license revenue. “That includes everything. Both game … Continue reading