The Turkey Hunter Prepares for Spring

The Turkey Hunter Prepares for Spring ~James Moore Hunters are now salivating as much as their canine sidekicks do when treats are about to be thrown. Why is that? Because even though it does not look like it in the Northeast, with the snow continuing and the freezing cold sticking in place, the first signs […]

The Leisure & Fun of the Sailor

The Leisure & Fun of the Sailor ~ by James Moore Sailing is most certainly a career. Whether it be within the realm of the military, or the hardworking fisherman who works every day to not only feed the family, but make sure that your market is stocked with the foods you love. However, boating […]

Bambi

      by Marina Scarr This newborn White-tailed Deer was photographed at Myakka River State Park within 24 hours of its birth and was so small, it could have fit in a shoebox. It had a twin which was bedded down a few yards away. You can see how tiny the fawn is relative […]

S’mores in the SnowS’mores in the Snow

   by Troutski Camping is one of those traditional summer events that everyone looks forward to. The whole nature-loving family awaits the time when the warm weather will return, so they can pack up the RV and head into the outdoors. However…making those s’mores in the snow will also create some very cool camping memories. […]

The Ultimate in Waterfowl Concealment

  Realtree MAX-5™ is the hunter’s ultimate weapon in waterfowl concealment.   The company that began their “camouflage revolution” almost twenty years ago has done it again, creating the hardest working camo for the hardest working hunters.   The new Realtree MAX-5 camo – specifically designed and built with waterfowlers in mind – is sheer […]

The Old is Still a New Inspiration for the Collector

  by Samantha Lewis Being from an area that is completely set in the world of antiquing, this writer can say that New England is a maze of small shops, old garages, broken-down attics and back rooms that have within them a multitude of 1700’s and up, collectibles. What many once called junk (the people […]

A True Artist Understands Wildlife Photography

   by Troutski Whether professional or hobbyist, the art of wildlife photography is just that – the creation of works of art that capture the beauty of Mother Nature and all the critters she oversees.   However, nature/wildlife photography and landscape photography are two different forms of this artistic creation. When it comes to wildlife […]

The Classic Pursuit of the Snowshoe Hare

  The Classic Pursuit of the Snowshoe Hare  by Troutski Snowshoe is a term used for many things – from a piece of winter sports equipment to a creature found in North America that is literally one of the most unique ever created.   The snowshoe hare has extremely large hind feet, as opposed to […]

Want to be Green? Start with the Natives

     by Carmen Schwartz When talking about ‘green’ – people speak about all different subjects; the companies that offer new ways to recycle, how to have a ‘green’ kitchen, stay at a ‘green’ hotel, etc. But when it comes to really being green there is one green item that, if taken care of properly, […]

Celebrate Life & Leave a Legacy

   by Troutski Watching the leaves change in the Autumn and viewing those frost-covered, barren branches that actually glow in the moonlight, are just a couple of moments every year that highlight the mighty tree as being one of the most beautiful facets of nature.   There are those who plant trees to celebrate a […]

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