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The Common Loon may not be a Canadian national animal; although many may think it is or should. The...
In July we helped host and gather a group of like-minded outdoor enthusiasts for a river clean-up. Joseph Ward,...
When you think of coyotes, what usually comes to mind? For most people, especially hunters, it's likely they think of coyotes as little more than annoying scavengers that might trail behind campsites or keep campers awake at night with their yipping and howling. Generally harmless, these wannabe wolves are usually regarded as pests. However, we think it's about time people started considering them as something else: dinner.
As we move into the summer months and focus on getting outside, one thing on many minds is getting back into fishing, whether it's old-fashioned catch and release at the local creek or big game fishing off the coast. Warm weather means time out on the water, cracking open some brews, and soaking up some sun.
Spring brings with it one of life's most satisfying culinary adventures: foraging for ingredients and preparing food with them. In this article, you'll learn about several of spring's tastiest forageable offerings, how to forage for them safely and ways to prepare them. Specifically, this article's topics are fiddleheads, wild leeks and morel mushrooms.