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- Growing Black Bear Populations Could Mean a Bear Hunting Boom in AmericaBlack bear hunting opportunities are expanding in the Heartland. John HafnerAs bear populations continue to thrive, more states are looking to expand hunting opportunities The post Growing Black Bear Populations Could Mean a Bear Hunting Boom in America appeared first on Outdoor Life.
- The Best Camping Blankets of 2022Laura LancasterStay warm until the last ember fades under one of these wool, synthetic, or down blankets The post The Best Camping Blankets of 2022 appeared first on Outdoor Life.
- Wisconsin DNR: “ It’s Very Possible That a World Record Muskie Is Swimming in Green Bay”Huge muskies were captured and stripped of eggs and milt in order to grow more fish. Wisconsin DNR photoIs the next world-record muskie swimming in Wisconsin's Green Bay right now? The post Wisconsin DNR: “ It’s Very Possible That a World Record Muskie Is Swimming in Green Bay” appeared first on Outdoor Life.
- The Best Gifts for Dads of 2022Jackie HolbrookWe picked our favorite gifts for dads who love the outdoors The post The Best Gifts for Dads of 2022 appeared first on Outdoor Life.
- Dog Is Critically Injured After Fighting Mountain Lion to Save Its OwnerThere's little chance the woman would have been able to fight off the mountain lion without the help of her dog. Thomas S. / UnsplashThe dog suffered fractures to her skull, a puncture into the sinus cavity, and severe swelling around her left eye The post Dog Is Critically Injured After Fighting Mountain Lion to […]
- Growing Black Bear Populations Could Mean a Bear Hunting Boom in America
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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