There is no question that two centuries of rapid expansion of human settlement and industrial development on this continent have … Continue reading British Columbia Ends the Grizzly Bear Hunt: The Right Decision?
I began discussing the topic of trophy hunting in my last post, In Search of Trophies. The foundation of the … Continue reading A Complicated Relationship: Trophy Hunting and Conservation
In a sense, each and every one of us is a trophy hunter. In two ways, actually. I have somewhat … Continue reading A Complicated Relationship: In Search of Trophies
I don’t recall when I first heard someone use the term fair chase. I do recall becoming gradually aware of … Continue reading Chasing a Concept: In Continual Pursuit of the Meaning of Fair Chase
I understand some people’s general disdain for list posts: “7 ways to…”, “10 reasons why…” I capitulated for this post, … Continue reading 3 Ways to Become Involved in Conservation
“Buffler!” exclaimed Boone Caudill, A.B. Guthrie’s iconic character in his 1947 novel, The Big Sky. Guthrie’s story gives us glimpses … Continue reading Boone, Ishmael, and the Politics of Moose Management