Monthly Archives: November 2017


Tips For Giving A Firearm As A Gift

Considering giving someone in your life a firearm as a Christmas gift? Such a gift comes with an enormous amount of responsibility for the one buying it, as well as the one receiving it. The National Shooting Sports Foundation has a short, but comprehensive guide to make sure your gift-giving […]


Change To 2018-19 Whitetail Season Proposed

Close of whitetail season would be uniform across state The Houston Chronicle reports the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission will consider extending the whitetail season an extra two weeks for next season. According to the paper, members of the public submitted a Petition for Rulemaking Consideration to Texas Parks and […]


Thanksgiving Turkey Anyone?

Wild Facts About That Thanksgiving Bird Maybe you’re already dreaming about Thanksgiving: turkey, stuffing, all the pies. And maybe you thought you knew everything about turkeys. Think again. Wild turkeys are not hard to find – if you look in the right place. National wildlife refuges, managed by the U.S. […]


Nevada Considers Shed Hunting Ban

Wildlife officials believe shed hunting ban would reduce disturbing deer, elk foraging Nevada wildlife officials consider banning shed hunting for a four-month period. The Nevada Board of Wildlife Commissioners met Nov. 3 to discuss the ban. If approved by the state’s Legislative Commission, the ban would run Jan. 1 through […]