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Animal tracking: How to identify 10 common North American species
Outdoor Life
Learn how to read tracks, and you'll learn a new language, one that communicates the hidden stories of the animals that leave the tracks. Our ancestors had to be adept in tracking to learn about the unseen game animals and predators in their vicinity. Today, animal tracking provides an invaluable service to the hunter and trapper, as well as the nature lover and photographer.
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Jeff Reh, member of board of directors for Beretta USA comments on move to Tennesee
AmmoLand
The Beretta family has manufactured products and done business from the same town in northern Italy for almost 500 years. This means that when Beretta chooses a location for its business, we plan not just in terms of a return on investment within the next few years. We also start with the possibility that we will be in that location for decades, if not hundreds of years, to come.
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Critical federal hunting and fishing bill up for a vote
AmmoLand
The U.S. House of Representatives is expected to vote soon on H.R. 3590, a bi-partisan package of pro-sportsmen legislation that includes vital language ensuring more than 700 million acres of federal public lands remain open to fishing and hunting. "Sportsmen nationwide must contact their U.S. Representative and urge them to vote yes on this critically important legislation," said Bill Horn, USSA's director of federal affairs. "The language included in H.R. 3590 is vital to the future of hunting, fishing and recreational shooting on public lands. Also tell them to oppose any amendments that could jeopardize these protections."
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Tips for cold-weather gun care
OutdoorHub
Man, it's cold. Seems to be a common topic of discussion this year, doesn't it? If you're like most people, hearing about the polar vortex is getting old, and if one more person says anything about global warming, you just might slap them silly. The good news is that there is still hunting to be done and it doesn't matter how cold it is, you're going. Hopefully your gun still works. Keeping your gun, be it a rifle, pistol or a shotgun, working properly when the mercury drops below the freezing mark isn't all that difficult. It just takes an extra step here and there to make sure you're good.
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North Carolina taxidermist best in the nation at waterfowl
New Bern Sun Journalist
Page Nethercutt has immortalized hundreds of animals large and small as a taxidermist since his youth, but his favorites are the waterfowl. This year in early January, the 42-year-old Reelsboro man's passion singled him out as the best in North America at preserving those birds by his winning a prestigious Master's Division Best Waterfowl category first place with his Green Winged Teal.
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Pennsylvania taxidermist enjoys challenges of profession
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
Taking a dream and turning it into a reality, taxidermist Bob "Hutch" Hutchinson has honed his skills of turning his mounts into true works of art, and his skill and precision earned him awards at the international level. "I have always loved the outdoors," Hutchinson said. "I love to hunt and fish, and I have always had an interest in the outdoors."
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North Carolina taxidermist best in the nation at waterfowl
New Bern Sun Journalist
Page Nethercutt has immortalized hundreds of animals large and small as a taxidermist since his youth, but his favorites are the waterfowl.

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Where have all the whitetails gone?
Outdoor Life
There was an audible buzz at the recently concluded industry shows. In fact, it was more like a roar. The hottest topic wasn't the best bow or newest camo pattern, the buzz was all about whitetails or the lack thereof.

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5 grizzlies and 5 wolves feed on bison carcass
Outdoor Life
If there's any question about what we're missing with the government closure of national parks, let these photos from Yellowstone answer it.

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Best new guns from SHOT Show 2014
Outdoor Life
Recently, the Outdoor Life and Field & Stream editors waded through the mass of new guns and gear at the 2014 SHOT Show in Las Vegas. In this post, we've highlighted the 11 most interesting new shotguns, rifles, and handguns of the year. From sleek upland bird shotguns, to long-range bolt-action rifles, to competition ARs, the show had a little bit of everything for every kind of shooter or hunter.
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Anglers spend winter making, tying flies as unique as fingerprints
KyForward
Now's the time to get ready for late winter/early spring fishing, which will come with the thaw. One of the most enjoyable winter pastimes is tying flies. The materials needed to tie flies are in abundant supply and you don't have to be a fly fisherman to appreciate adding a bit of color and flash to your artificial lures.
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