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Loggers could soon slice through one of the most important forests in the US
The decision to retract the Roadless Rule in Alaska is expected to be finalized by end of October.
A day in the life of an eagle wrangler
Lauren McGough went to Mongolia on a scholarship and came with centuries-old hunting knowledge.
Climate change probably contributed to the woolly rhino’s rapid demise
The fuzzy blonde Pleistocene animals couldn't stand the heat.
Five ways to turn household items into wilderness essentials
Field & Stream's readers share their best advice.
How to pick the right wildlife trail camera
Not all cams are made equal. Here are the landmines to avoid before making your next purchase.
Escaped exotic animals are changing the Texas landscape
By breeding African mammals like kudu and nilgai, ranches risk running a massive unregulated wildlife experiment.
Local opposition to Alaska’s Pebble Mine grows as the project reaches the next milestone
More than 60 percent of Alaskans oppose the proposal, which would develop an area known for the largest sockeye salmon run in the world.
Eight great sandwiches to make with your wild game and fish
Loaded with venison, hog, fish, and more, these are the best things in sliced bread.
Eight ways to repel insects without bug spray
You don’t need a can full of DEET to keep ticks and mosquitoes at bay.
With the US-Canada border closed, wildlife tourism is hurting
Four Canadian outfitters share their stories of grappling with the pandemic.