Bird Hunting Advice
If you enjoy bird hunting you are in the fight place. Read a variety of articles featuring duck and goose hunting, pheasant hunting and all sorts of wing-shooting action.
Traveling all the way to Argentina to scratch a wing-shooting itch might seem a bit extreme, but then nothing compares to this South American country's incredible waterfowl and dove.
Once you catch this "sickness" you'll find it difficult to shake.
For the past 15 years, I've kept a personal journal of these trips, and what follows is an entry from when I traveled last fall to eastern Alberta, Canada, to hunt geese and ducks.
I recently took on a new hunting partner—my son Christo—and I think he'll be a good one. His changes through the years have been dramatic, growing from a chunky toddler crawling around on the floor into a handsome and athletic stretch of a young man sporting reddish hair and freckles.
Understanding the difference between early and late season ruffed grouse habits and habitat is the key to hunting these explosive dynamos.
Depending on your choice of footwear, long hikes in prime pheasant country can be heaven—or hell.
Take a walk on the wild side for one of the West's most physically challenging game birds.
You build your goose vocabulary one peice at a time.
Hunting waterfowl on public land might be better—much better—than you ever imagined.
North American Hunter Editor Gordy Krahn and his brother relish the beauty of a winter morning - and a happy Brittany - during a late season grouse hunt.