The Changing Face of Deer Research

By John Ozoga

Field research is a vital aspect of managing the Michigan deer population. John Ozoga discusses his experience with this and expresses his concerns about the future of deer research. He says, based on his many years of experience, a boots-on-the-ground approach to observing and collecting information is important to maintaining healthy deer.

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A Way of Life

By Chris Lamphere

Chris Lamphere explains the unique challenges and opportunities of hunting for bear with hounds in Michigan. The relationship between hunters and the dogs is, perhaps, the most rewarding part of this hunting technique according to Lamphere.

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Hunting is important for wildlife, Michigan's future

 

 

 

Michigan United Conservation Clubs Executive Director Dan Eichinger and Public Information Officer Nick Green teamed up for this Nov. 21,2018 piece in the Detroit News that highlights why Michigan hunters are vital to the state, wildlife and the economies they support.

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Steven Rinella

Check out our interview with Meateater Steven Rinella, from our Spring 2017 issue.

A Late-Season Smackdown

In this feature, Editor Nick Green highlights an epic field hunt during the late-split of the 2017 waterfowl season.

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