Hunting, Waterfowl

The best way to end a waterfowl season

BRUNSWICK, Md. – It’s not often that I find myself packing up my Outlander Sport and embarking on a late-night drive to middle Maryland to go goose hunting – hunting in general, really – but there I was, pulling into my girlfriend’s grandmother’s house at 1 a.m. to wake up 4 hours later to do […]

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VIDEO: Banding a bald eagle with lead poisoning

MORGANTOWN, W.VA. – Jesse Fallon, director of veterinary medicine for the Avian Conservation Center of Appalachia, spoke to local media about the effects lead poisoning has on avian predators, such as bald eagles. Fallon has been rehabilitating a 4-year-old bald eagle over the last two weeks after it was found by hunters in Pocahontas County, W.Va., […]

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Conservation, Hunting, Waterfowl

Ducks Unlimited national scholarship, high school and college chapter programs lead way in R3

MEMPHIS, Tenn. – A lot of nonprofit organizations have scholarships available to young adults graduating from high school, but not many fall under the hunting and conservation tags.  Enter Ducks Unlimited, one of the better-known organizations in the hunting world, who will, for another year, award 61 scholarships to 2021 graduates. The scholarships are available to all […]

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Cooking

RECIPE: Appalachian pho

Another meal I like to cook (and order!) in the bitter, winter months is authentic Vietnamese pho. Typical with chicken, pork and beef, I wanted to try it out with one of the venison tenderloins I had sitting in my freezer. PREPARATION: After completely thawing, put the tenderloin in the freezer for one hour. Prep […]

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