Category: WILDLIFE / HUNTING
Enjoy Whitetail Hunting Success on any Property
You don’t need large acreage to have Whitetail success on your property. Anyone can enjoy whitetail hunting success on a small property, says Jared Van Hees, host of Habitat Podcast, co-owner of Vitalize Seed and a real-life practitioner of small property land management strategies. Van Hees joined a recent episode of Wired to Hunt with… more Enjoy Whitetail Hunting Success on any Property
All you need to know for your Spring 2023 Turkey Hunt
More than 2 million turkey hunters will hit the woods this year for the spring wild turkey season in 49 states. Can you guess which state has no huntable turkey population? <Answer at the end of this blog post!> Remember the basics. Take time to scout good locations in advance and track turkeys to where… more All you need to know for your Spring 2023 Turkey Hunt
Most whitetails are harvested on private lands, report finds
An overwhelming majority of whitetail deer harvests happen on private hunting land, according to the National Deer Association’s latest Deer Report. In fact, 88% of the harvests recorded around the country during the 2021-22 deer season occurred on privately-owned property. The report has a wide range of interesting facts about U.S. deer hunting. But the… more Most whitetails are harvested on private lands, report finds
Why not have some fun by naming your tree stand?
If you’re going to take the time to build a quality tree stand, why not give it a fun and unusual name? How about Rut Roof Inn, The Hangover Stand or Easy Pickens? Those are just three of 20 cool names described in a post on Realtree’s Brow Tines and Backstrap blog. The back stories… more Why not have some fun by naming your tree stand?
New app gives “tweeting” a whole new meaning
Birders and other wildlife-watching enthusiasts have a great new way to participate in outdoor recreation, thanks to the creation of a special Natural State-specific online gateway to Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology’s eBird birdwatching system. Watchable wildlife includes a wide array of state animals, some as common as a familiar bird at a backyard feeder. Others… more New app gives “tweeting” a whole new meaning