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The Great Big Oklahoma Deer Hunting Guide

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Here’s your guide to deer hunting in Oklahoma. Planning deer hunting trip to the Sooner State this fall? Whether you’re after whitetail deer or muleys with archery gear or a rifle, we’re here to help. We’ll go over purchasing your hunting licenses, good hunting areas and more. This is everything you need to know to

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Joe Stamm Partially Owes the Great Outdoors for His Black Dirt Sound


Musician Joe Stamm talks about his experience in the industry, and how an appreciation for the outdoors has left its mark. As outdoorsmen and women, odds are a lot of us share some preferences when it comes to music. Rock, a little country, and some definite Americana seems to be consistent in most of our

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Scientists return from coral rescue mission, continue restoration efforts

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC), National Park Service, The Nature Conservancy, Florida Department of Environmental Protection, University of Miami Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric […]

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What’s in It for the Rest? A Guide to the Great Things About Hunting for Those Who Don’t Do It


Here are a few things to share with the non-hunters in your life. As hunters, it can be difficult to articulate exactly what it is that we love about this pastime and what we get out of it. Unfortunately, hunting is something that is quickly falling out of favor with parts of the general public.

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B.C. Wolf Cull Proving Beneficial for Struggling Caribou Population


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The controversial decision is finally paying off. In 2015, British Columbia had to fight through some controversy when it finalized a five-year plan to cull wolves. Now, with one year remaining, caribou herds are seemingly begin to stabilize in the northeast region of the province. Since the cull began, hired contractors have shot 480 wolves

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