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...
Bow Hunter’s Paradise Available for Fall Rental

Bow Hunter’s Paradise Available for Fall Rental

Enjoy your own private room at the Wilderness Retreat Bow Camp with 80 acres of private land, tree stands, food plots, apple trees, swamps, swails, pond and more.  Full bathroom with shower and tub, plus ½ bath upstairs.  Full kitchen facilities with stove, microwave,...
Hunter Conservationists

Hunter Conservationists

“A gun, no matter how rare, a dog, no matter how brilliant, cannot mean fulfillment without keenness in the man. It takes the sportsman’s edge honed fine, an “eye,” a sense of what is good, the ear for what is right – the heart. There is something about the...