- Glen Wunderlich on Beretta Unveils Newest Pistol This Morning
- Jim Simpson on Beretta Unveils Newest Pistol This Morning
- Terry on Anti-Gunners’ Trinity: Private Gun Sale Bans, Gun Bans, Magazine Bans
- Glen Wunderlich on Anti-Gunners’ Trinity: Private Gun Sale Bans, Gun Bans, Magazine Bans
- Glen Wunderlich on Gun Sales Facts from NRA
Category Archives: Wildlife
A couple of jakes just don’t seem to understand why our decoy is unresponsive. Fortunately for them, we were not interested in them either.
The Department of Natural Resources reminds everyone the annual Summer Free Fishing Weekend is scheduled for Saturday, June 8 and Sunday, June 9. On that weekend, everyone – residents and non-residents alike – can fish without a license, though all … Continue reading
After many months of scouting, planning (and irritating all around you with your calling practice) and many early mornings, your dedication has paid off with you bagging your first…or possibly second…wild turkey of the season. But now that you have … Continue reading
by Doug Reeves, assistant chief, DNR Wildlife Division Most everyone is familiar with the northern cardinal – beautiful birds with definitive crests, frequent visitors to bird feeders, songsters whose melody is unmistakable and, next to the robin, perhaps the ultimate … Continue reading
By Glen Wunderlich Opening morning of the late turkey season began at 5am with a walk in the dark. Heavy dew, a crescent moon amid a starry sky accompanied me on the way to my chair blind a quarter mile … Continue reading
By Glen Wunderlich Recent rains have increased water levels across the state in our rivers and lakes, and for those among the fishing and boating industry, more water is generally welcomed. However, for ground-nesting birds such as the wild turkey, … Continue reading
This from Humane Watch… Donors want their dollars used effectively. There’s only so much money that each person has budgeted for charity. So is the Humane Society of the United States deserving of animal lovers’ donations? We certainly don’t think … Continue reading
GW: Can I get an Amen! MISSOULA, Mont. (May 9, 2013)–As the two oldest sportsmen groups with decades of commitment to fundamental wildlife policies, the Boone and Crockett Club and Wildlife Management Institute welcome the initiative of members of the … Continue reading
The Michigan Natural Resources Commission (NRC) today approved a limited public wolf harvest in three distinct regions of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
Washington, DC – Governor Rick Snyder (Mich.) signed Senate Bills 288 and 289 into law today at a ceremony attended by many Safari Club International members. The new laws 1) state that the Natural Resources Commission has the authority to … Continue reading