From Field and Stream Rivals in today’s crossbow debate would do well on Capitol Hill, where facts needn’t be factual and arguments needn’t hold up to the slightest scrutiny, so as long as they fire up the true believers. Some crossbow haters, for example, insist that crossbow bolts are too light (compared to the average arrow) to […]
From MD DNR In celebration of Maryland’s abundant natural resources and exciting recreational opportunities, Governor Martin O’Malley has proclaimed June Great Outdoors Month. Even better, enjoying the State’s outdoors has […]
Quiet Waters Park is a 340 arce Anne Arundel County park located just outside of Annapolis next to the community of Hillsmere. We parked at the shopping center and walked […]
From Hazel Outdoor Discovery Center: 3/17/2014 Update: Event date is June 7 The Hazel Outdoor Discovery Center (HODC) in Eden, MD, will host the 7th Annual National Get Outdoors Day […]
Goshen Farm is a hidden gem on the Broadneck Peninsula near Annapolis, Maryland. This property is heavily wooded with a dozen winding trails, an open field, an historic farm house […]
These are amazing videos below. Kurt Heid of Heid Wild Game has a detailed instructional video on how to cut like this. The web site is http://www.heidwildgame.com. He also sells knives, hooks, and seasoning kits. Video #1 Skin a deer in two minutes Video #2 Cut the meat in eight minutes (debone)
We went for a walk on Saturday in the Wye Island Natural Resources Management Area on the Eastern Shore. There is no entrance fee and it has several trails. The trail we […]
From the National Wild Turkey Federation: What does a wild turkey look like? See Griffin’s Guide: Getting Started With Turkeys: What Do You Actually Need? From Maryland DNR: April 18 through May […]
Animals from around the world and here at home are featured at Maryland’s Catoctin Wildlife Preserve and Zoo. This is a great weekend adventure for families from all over the region. […]
Coyotes may be hunted in all counties year-round in Maryland From the Maryland Guide to Hunting & Trapping: The coyotes‘ rapid range expansion throughout North America substantiates their adaptability and ability to thrive […]
The video above was produced by the Maryland Park Service and highlights patron activity at the state parks.
State Farm Insurance estimates there are at least 30,000 times each year that a vehicle driven in Maryland strikes a deer, according to Brian Eyler of the Maryland Wildlife […]
From Time Magazine (of all places!) Excerpt: Faced with an outbreak of lyme disease and rising deer-related car accidents, the city council of Durham, N.C., authorized bow hunting inside city […]
Looking forward to goose hunting with friends this winter.
Last season (2012-2013) I created a European Mount from a buck I took that December. After some research on the web and a discussion with my deer processor, I jumped in with both feet. I did not bleach the skull, but used Elmer’s glue as a protective coat – a tip I learned from reading multiple opinions online. There are […]