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Joshua Skenes ran one of the most expensive restaurants in San Francisco, with industry accolades and three Michelin stars. Still, he felt unfulfilled. Enter a top ­secret new venture where, if you’re lucky, you can have the best meal of your life for free.

The bird—one often raised in captivity and released for the express purpose of being shot—is responsible for providing wildlife habitat across much of the America’s heartland

As our dogs age, we worry about their comfort and happiness, but take them to their favorite place and they suddenly seem young again

Republican senators used the hearing to air conspiracy theories, lie, and point fingers at Biden nominee for issues they themselves are responsible for

The Stone Glacier X-Curve conforms to the shape of a human back with unprecedented comfort

You don't have to grow up in a hunting family to embark on this life-changing journey. Here's everything you need to get started.

An urban food writer chases deer in the backcountry with two of Instagram’s female hunting stars—and comes home transformed

Whether you're hunting, bird-watching, or visiting a national park, the six-ounce Kestrel Glassing Systems Monopod will drastically improve your experience

A new school of social-media influencers are giving hunting a fresh and decidedly female face. Our writer joins two rising stars of “huntstagram” in the Arizona backcountry to chase mule deer for her first time—and see if she can stomach what it takes to be an omnivore.

The American Museum of Natural History is taking down its memorial to Theodore Roosevelt, and the hunting world should take note

A decade after 'Born to Run' made them famous, anthropologists take another look

A self-proclaimed "soft" writer tries to beef up his end-of-world skills during quarantine

PrimaLoft and Sitka have collaborated to make the material more reliable

Here's how to use Gaia GPS to save your route so you never get lost again

As a newcomer to Vermont, Joshua Morse found himself welcomed by the hunting community. But there was one thing he wasn't sure he could share.

Pythons are devouring native animal life in the unique ecosystem of South Florida. To help solve the problem, Florida Fish and Wildlife officials have turned to amateur and professional hunters to round up the reptiles in a wild competition called the Python Bowl.

Dennis Sizemore has been thrown by a grizzly bear and traded gunfire with poachers, but that hasn't stopped him from doing conservation work around the globe

Sitka makes top-quality products for time outside, regardless of your preferred activity

The North Pacific right whale has been spotted only a handful of times in 60 years. A marine biologist from Seattle wants to change that.

Wes Siler shows you his favorite sport: archery

After a breaching humpback nearly landed on Tom Mustill's kayak, the wildlife filmmaker became consumed with trying to understand the massive mammal. The result is PBS's ‘The Whale Detective.’

Deer, ducks, and other quarry won't even know you're there

Hunters Jessi Johnson and Bridget Noonan try to fill their Dall-sheep and caribou tags in Canada's Northwest Territories.

One day, while felling trees in Wisconsin, Gary Edinger severed his leg clean off when a tree exploded underneath his chainsaw

In 'Pressure,' Mark Healey explains how his connection to the ocean influences his time hunting in the hills

As our country has grown more divided, so has the outdoors. But Seeker's Wild is bridging the gap between the two camps who love spending time in nature.

Bring home the bacon. Or venison or turkey.

The new Maven S.2 isn't much heavier than a pair of binoculars so you can take more magnification into the backcountry

By focusing on breathability, Polartec Alpha works when you’re moving, too

Hunters John Dudley and Joe Rogan share a delicious way to prepare an elk-hunting harvest

The EPA announced plans to reduce protections for 50 percent of streams and 110 million acres of wetlands

Simple, reliable, and affordable: the age of practical solar power for your adventuremobile has arrived

The science is clear, right? Not so fast, according to, well, science.

Want to go into the woods without disturbing wildlife? The first step is to learn how to move silently.

Want to see some animals next time you're outdoors? Here's how to adapt knowledge from hunters to general wildlife viewing.

One crazy night in Bridger-Teton National Forest with hundreds of people who just want to find the horns that elk have left behind

The Department of the Interior's proposed regulations contradict the interior secretary's grandiose claims

There was something about Primland that made Emily Nunn see red—a lavish and expensive outdoor Xanadu situated near her beloved Virginia hometown. Then she went there and had... a pretty good time. Blame the trout stream and the 400-thread-count linens.

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