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  1. A birdbath key to enjoying winter wildlife

    A birdbath key to enjoying winter wildlife

    A birdbath key to enjoying winter wildlife
    So, you are a fan of watching birds. Well, know this: you are not alone. According to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, each year more than 45 million Americans watch birds. They contribute nearly $80 billion to the nation’s economy in the process. Some people travel to do their bird watching, taking eco-tourism-type vacations. Most, though, stay right around...
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  2. Shed hunting for antlers a fun winter activity

    Shed hunting for antlers a fun winter activity

    Shed hunting for antlers a fun winter activity
    It’s a lesson deer hunters – and hunters of all kinds really – learn early on. Don’t look for entire animals. It’s smaller things, like the horizontal line of a deer’s back, the black of a rabbit’s eye, the nervous twitch of a squirrel’s tail, that most often give an animal away. So it is with antlers. Shed hunting –...
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  3. Know who to call in case of an outdoor emergency

    Know who to call in case of an outdoor emergency

    Know who to call in case of an outdoor emergency
    All it takes is one second. You’re in the woods -- hiking, mountain biking, perhaps backpacking and camping – and you slip and severely twist an ankle, or worse, break one. You realize you can’t get out on your own. Or, the same happens to your companion, and you don’t want to leave them alone. Perhaps, even, you’re perfectly fine...
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  4. Tips on choosing the right fishing rod

    Tips on choosing the right fishing rod

    Tips on choosing the right fishing rod
    The choices can be bewildering. Walk into any tackle shop and say something as seemingly direct as “I want to buy a fishing rod” and be prepared to get peppered with questions. What kind do you want? What will you be fishing for? How will you use it? What baits or lures do you plan to cast with it, in...
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  5. Snowshoes a great tool for adventuring in winter

    Snowshoes a great tool for adventuring in winter

    Snowshoes a great tool for adventuring in winter
    The winter woods can be a place of majesty and beauty. One occasion stands out for me. We were hiking on a piece of public land the morning after a heavy snowfall. The way eventually led to a stand of immense evergreens, each tree a century or more old, and correspondingly tall and wide. They were, in spots, packed so...
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  6. Char cloth perfect for starting fires like explorers of yesteryear did

    Char cloth perfect for starting fires like explorers of yesteryear did

    Char cloth perfect for starting fires like explorers of yesteryear did
    You want to impress your fellow campers and outdoorsmen and women? Here’s one way to do it. Start a fire, using nothing more than a spark and some homemade fire starting material. Pretty cool, huh? Yes indeed. And the fact that this can potentially save your life – and theirs – is a bonus. We’re talking about making and using...
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  7. Cooking a big part of enjoying winter camping

    Cooking a big part of enjoying winter camping

    Cooking a big part of enjoying winter camping
    This isn’t an excuse to order pizza and see if anyone will deliver it to the middle of the woods. But, when it comes to camping in winter, you needn’t worry about calories. Or rather, you don’t usually need to worry about consuming too many. The challenge is to get enough. Oh, you’ll be dressed appropriately for whatever it is...
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  8. Steelhead fishing throughout the seasons

    Steelhead fishing throughout the seasons

    Steelhead fishing throughout the seasons
    The onset of fall brings with it the beginning of steelhead fishing. But just the beginning. Crowds of anglers flock to the water early on, when fresh fish first start showing up and the weather is still warm and, at least sometimes, cooperative. The action lasts a lot longer than some think, though. In the Great Lakes states in particular...
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  9. Mentoring young hunters into the outdoors

    Mentoring young hunters into the outdoors

    Mentoring young hunters into the outdoors
    The outdoors are your passion. And – like any true believer – you want to pass along that love to the next generation. We get it. But be careful. Sometimes, in our zeal to share what we most cherish, we start out with almost too much enthusiasm. When it comes to hunting, for example, accomplished adults sometimes take kids out...
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  10. Wildlife watching from the water

    Wildlife watching from the water

    Wildlife watching from the water
    We weren’t the only ones with, well, eagle eyes. Floating downriver in our canoe, we looked to our left and saw, floating on the surface, a dead fish. A smallish carp, it seemed. No sooner had we spotted it then a large shadow loomed over the still water. We looked up and there was a mature bald eagle. It circled...
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