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Deer fawn  photo by Todd Schneider GaDNR

That Deer’s not Orphaned, so Just Leave it Alone

It’s the time of year when state wildlife agencies start sending out press releases about “orphaned” fawns and wildlife as reminders to leave them alone. It’s not a bad idea to do that, either. Too many folks with the bleeding-heart Disney Bambi Complex think they need to “save” everything cute and furry, including white-tailed...

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Thank You, My BloodBrothers, After All These Years

Friends, family and the great outdoors. Now that’s a battlecry I can live with, and I have fulltime for 66 glorious, fascinating Spirit of the Wild years. Lucky Lucky us huh! Can you imagine a life without deerhunting? A life without backstraps? Without the mystical flight of the Arrow? A life without campfires? Without...

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5 Deer Management Tips for Your Small Property

In the last few weeks of our new webcast, Grow ’em Big with Steve Bartylla, his advice has been about laying the groundwork for your deer management goals before starting anything on your property. That’s just common sense, isn’t it? You wouldn’t start planting a garden without plowing the ground or adding any fertilizer or...

Ted Nugent and Maricopa County (Ariz.) Sheriff Joe Arpaio

Celebrate Our DeerHunting BloodBrothers Worldwide

You know how we get all tingly inside whenever we think about deerhunting? You know how we so graphically relive every thrilling moment of the hunt everytime we grill up some of our sacred, hard earned venison? You know how we share and celebrate all those exciting sensations with our close friends and family?...