The reality of conservation: deciding whether to save or ignore endangered species

Animals, Hunting, Opinion, Outdoors, Science and Studies

With fall arriving, interactions with wild animals tend to be more numerous. As the temperatures drop, animals ramp up for winter and mating season. This time of year, hunting seasons open and bring forward the importance of conservation. Research out of the University of British Columbia was recently released, just in time for fall, concerning […]

October 1, 2018

We have babies…

Animals, Blog, Outdoors

This post contains affiliate links. Please see disclosure for more information   …of the chicken kind! After a disaster of an interaction between Chris, our dog, and a skunk we spontaneously decided to get more chickens to join the five we already have. Ok, ok. I owe a brief overview of our skunk adventure. Around […]

March 12, 2018

Putting the Farm Bill into perspective

Animals, Hunting, Outdoors

As outdoor enthusiasts, we are all inherently environmentalists that care about our surroundings and are able to notice when things change for the good… and the bad. Because of that, we are the best at informing others of what policies and regulations that may be changing and how it affects everyone. As our society continues […]

March 6, 2018