The eight Peruvian immigrants who work as shepherds on the S. Martinez ranch in Washington have a colossal job: keep about 4,000 animals safe from predators so their wool can be harvested in the spring for companies like Pendleton and Woolrich
So don't beat yourself up about it
You don't need amazing trails to have an amazing day with little ones
How we exploit big trees, big game, and even extinct creatures
If the outdoor industry doesn't embrace hunters and anglers as political allies in conservation battles, we all lose
Snapping the perfect shot is hard. Snagging the perfect gear shouldn't be.
Decades ago, Deanna Curtis was captivated by a birds of prey demonstration. Today, she's one of a growing number of women involved in the ancient sport of falconry.
For one week every fall, Alaska's Katmai National Park celebrates the survival skills and ample rolls of the happiest bears in the world. But there's more to their reigning champion than meets the eye.
This week's ruling to stop a trophy hunt was a big win for conservation groups and may impact grizzlies across the country
Idaho issued only a single bear tag, but conservationists are still concerned about the consequences of picking off just one bear in a state that has played an outsize role in grizzly management
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