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Hurricanes have cost Louisiana fisheries at least half a billion dollars since 2020
The state is rebounding from four catastrophic hurricanes, but it’s going to take time for the recreational fisheries—and those who make their livings from them—to recover.
Everything you need to know to choose the right wilderness medical course
Whether you’re embarking on a walk in the park or a multi-pitch summit, these different levels of training will help prepare you for the worst.
Trail etiquette all hikers should follow
Don't get stuck in an infinite loop of "I insist—after you."
How to create a nutritious and hydrating bone broth
When the going gets rough, this simple bone broth recipe will tide you over.
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?
This hardy deer species is being pushed to its limits by the megadrought out West
Mule deer can bounce back quickly after a dry season. But a string of rough conditions can even test even their resilience.
COVID drove more people to go fishing, but at what cost?
While patterns are largely anecdotal, biologists are trying to get hard data on the health of fish populations post-shutdowns.
Chronic Lyme disease is a nightmare. Here’s why it’s so hard to detect and treat.
Tens of thousands of Americans may have it. But few are getting the expert help they need.
8 tips to keep the bugs at bay this summer
Leave your flyswatter at home.
This 70-year-old man got much more than Lyme from a tick bite
The patient is on antibiotics for three different diseases after his trip to the Northeast.