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4 survival mistakes you don’t want to make in the wild
Think you can live off just moose steaks for a month? Think again.
Welcome to invasivorism, the boldest solution to ethical eating yet
Turning invasive species into gourmet meals could blunt environmental and economic costs across the US. But can Americans stomach them? Chefs and biologists are taking a gamble.
The animal kingdom is full of coronaviruses. Here’s what that means for COVID’s future.
Like the flu, SARS-CoV-2 is poised to keep jumping between people and animals.
Field-to-table food is the future of sustainable eating and hunting
Knowing where your food comes from has never been trendier. But what does that mean for wild game hunters?
Wisconsin’s gray wolves are in serious trouble
Legal hunting and emboldened poachers have put the state’s population in jeopardy.
Wisconsin permitted people to hunt a contentious species. That might change next year.
Amid backlash, the state is forming a new gray wolf management committee to reconsider the rules for 2022.
Eastern coyotes are increasingly common—here are 5 facts to know about them
They’re mysterious to biologists and misunderstood by the public.
The story behind our new national park and its unique legacy
New River Gorge in West Virginia stands out with its hunting, fishing, and exploring opportunities.
Wisconsin hunters have already killed more gray wolves than allowed
More than 27,000 people applied for permits for the state’s first wolf hunt since 2014.
Biden sets an ambitious goal to protect 30 percent of US lands and waters
The executive order is short on details, but hunting and fishing groups are hoping it will create more habitat by 2030.