Yep, the verdict is in once again – hunting is the most viable wildlife management tool known to man. I don’t care how people try to spin their anti-hunting, uneducated yarns, it is impossible to logically argue that the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation is the most effective and …Read More »
Colorado Woman Dead After Bear Attack
Unfortunately there’s been a second bear induced fatality already this spring and it WAS NOT a grizzly! Black bear attacks on humans are very rare but a Durango, Colorado woman was indeed preyed upon by a sow black bear and her two yearling cubs. The woman’s body was found by …Read More »
Wyoming Wolves Expanding? Idaho Expanding Wolf Season!
News on the homefront this morning is that a new pack of wolves has been recorded in Wyoming where only the occasional wolf passed through before. A central Wyoming outfitter has shared footage he took while hunting the Medicine Bow National Forest last fall. If this is a trend that …Read More »
Grizzlies Kill over $300,000 of Livestock on 1 Ranch?
The grizzly topic never seems to die down out here and this article shows the polarizing impact apex predators can have on a local community and state. There are a lot of dynamics that come into play when wildlife, people, and politics butt heads. I’m curious to know your thoughts …Read More »
Already…Happening – Grizzly Bear Confrontations
And so it begins, Charles “Carl” Mock is officially 2021’s first negative encounter with a grizzly bear in Yellowstone country. If it feels a little early for conflict with the grizzled bruins, well historically it is, as most negative encounters take place in late summer and into the fall when …Read More »
The Latest Trials And Tribulations Of Grizzly Management
Let’s face it, grizzly bear management is a hot topic. Because it is a hot topic the biggest challenge is piecing together ALL the facts to make solid recommendations. Well, it seems that Wyoming Game and Fish is at odds with the US Fish And Wildlife Service on …Read More »
Mexican Wolf Population Doubles
PC: Jim Clark USFWS Love it or hate it, the Mexican Gray Wolf continues to grow and be a priority for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the states of Arizona and New Mexico. In a study spanning 2020 and 2021 thus far, an interagency team has accounted for …Read More »
How to Grow your Own Grizzly Bear, Legally!!!
Just when you think you’ve seen and heard it all, this happens. A lady at the Solitude Subdivision in Jackson, Wyoming was reported by neighbors for feeding grizzly bears. When Game and Fish confronted this individual, whose identity has been protected, she told the wardens that they are a “bunch …Read More »
Self Defense From A Lion
GUEST AUTHOR: Jake Leonard I want to share this story in the hopes that it may potentially save someone’s life. I want to bring awareness as this now can literally happen anywhere at any time so if my experience helps any fellow hunter, fisherman, hiker, trail runner, or anyone else in …Read More »
OFF THE RAILS…
Has the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission gone completely off the rails? If you are not aware of some of the latest controversial policies and directives of the Colorado Parks and Wildlife department; overhunting a struggling mule deer herd into oblivion during the late season is, well, just the beginning …Read More »