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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.
A spiky flea could ruin Midwestern ecosystems and kill native fish
Anglers and boaters may be fueling the spread of invasive spiny water flea from the Great Lakes—but they can help beat it back, too.
The two types of fungi you want in your fire-starting kit
They’re not wood, but they burn just as well.
Four wild animals that are thriving in cities
Cougars in Los Angeles? Coyotes in Chicago? Meet the new neighbors on the block.
Make your own maple syrup without harming the trees
Maple trees are just the beginning. You can tap, boil, and brew tree syrup from many other species too.
Dress like an Alaskan to weather the winter cold
According to this Fairbanks outdoorsman, this is the gear and know-how you’ll need to get outside this winter.
How to build snowshoes on the fly—and 4 other tips for surviving deep snow
If you find yourself in a winter survival situation, you’ll need to fight off hypothermia and trek back to civilization.
Winter survival shelters you should know how to build
Makeshift habitats can help you survive a crisis during the coldest months of the year.