How Wildfires in the West Will Change Your Next Hunting or Fishing Trip

I’m beyond angry. I’m pissed off, standing with two US Forest Service employees while my good friend and hunting partner Anthony Noriega, almost a mile away and 1,000 feet higher than us, inspects the ruins of a man-made fire high in the Idaho backcountry. “I can definitely see smoke, but I don’t see a fire,” Tony tells us over the

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Kobylkin: in Russia it is time to change the hunting legislation

photo: Anton Zhuravkova On Saturday afternoon, the head of the federal agency for nature and ecology paid an official visit to the Kabardino-Balkarian Republic. In the official program, the minister was reported to release into the nature hundreds of pheasants of the North Caucasian breed and the same number of mallard ducks. The event took place in Lower Zhemtal, in

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