In the springtime, tender berries and winter-killed animal carcasses draw bears. In mid-fall they gorge on falling acorns. But in late summer and early autumn, nothing attracts bears like a tall cornfield with ripe yellow corn.
Texas lawmakers approved carrying handguns openly on the streets of the nation's second most-populous state, sending the bill to Republican Gov. Greg Abbott, who immediately promised to sign it and reverse a ban dating to the post-Civil War era.
A coyote's howls on the prairie of a Western movie can help set the atmosphere as much as a Saguaro cactus or desert mountains, but to hear the animal's call in an urban backyard such as a Baton Rouge subdivision can be unnerving.
Every year broadhead manufacturers introduce new products aimed at delivering shorter blood trails, larger entrance holes and better arrow flight. Below are some of the latest and greatest broadheads for 2015.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources announced a white-tailed female deer in Ingham County's Meridian Township tested positive for the contagious and fatal disease that attacks the brains of infected deer and elk.
Not a belted bullet, not a saboted bullet — Federal's Trophy Copper Muzzleloader Bullet uses B.O.R. Lock MZ System to seal the bore and offer superb accuracy and ballistic performance for blackpowder hunters.
The Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks Department is beginning to develop a new plan for managing mountain lions in the state. The current plan is about 20 years old, and officials hope to have a new plan ready by the end of this year.
Officials are gaining new information about how fish move, how long they live and what proportion of them are ending up on anglers' hooks. The goal is to use that information to further improve the quality of the popular Dakotas fishery.