The proper hunting man experiences a special feeling of reverence for pa’tridge country.
By Gordon MacQuarrie
There’d been a couple of curious occurrences earlier in the afternoon—but now I was a little spooked.
By Tom Davis
A Reindeer Hunt in Iceland
They would become the first outsiders to hunt reindeer among the volcanoes.
By William Lee Howard
The Land of Giants
Should I take this obviously superior trophy or pass it by?
By Jim Carmichel
Only in the thorny Texas brush country can you hunt four of the world’s rarest big game animals.
By Lloyd Newberry
Nanuk: King of the North
Hunting polar bears is not for those faint of heart or wallet.
By John Ross
The Man and the Mountain
How Charles Sheldon helped create Denali National Park 100 years ago.
By Doug Painter
It was a shot that would make all the difference for the rest of his life.
By Dr. T.C. Jennings
No Laughing Matter
Nebraska’s Sandhills country is a cornucopia of wildlife . . . especially big whitetails.
By Ron Spomer
Back to Rio Piedra
They all thought I was daft, hunting bobwhite quail with a stick and string.
By Michael Altizer
On a Full Moon Frosty Morning
There’s a calling for the hunter that’s far greater than the clanging alarm. It yells, “Get up, you fool, it’s waterfowl season!”
By Dale C. Spartas