The Changing Face of Deer Research

The Changing Face of Deer Research

By John Ozoga Without warning, the cedar limb I was perched on, 16 feet or so above a well-used deer trail, snapped with a loud crack. Deer scattered in all directions and down I went. As usual, I was working alone in Northern Michigan’s Petrel Grade deeryard. It was...
Adult Onset Hunter

Adult Onset Hunter

By Jen Davis I stumbled, rather abruptly, into the world of hunting about nine years ago. As a 30-year-old mother of one, my interest in food (what was in it, where it came from, who had touched it and why) began to plague my thoughts. I became interested, first, in...
State Park Highlight: Fayette Historic State Park

State Park Highlight: Fayette Historic State Park

By Makhayla LaButte Few public lands rival Fayette Historic State Park and its rich combination of Michigan history and natural beauty. Seated on the eastern shores of Lake Michigan’s Big Bay de Noc in the Upper Peninsula, this park boasts over 700 acres of public...
Tips for Managing a Hunting Property

Tips for Managing a Hunting Property

By: James Neff The latest report shows that nearly 102 million, or 40 percent of Americans participated in some type of wildlife activity, be it fishing, wildlife-watching or hunting. Many hunters dream of having their own hunting land, and if you’re one of them who...