Sir Henry Seton-Karr dreamed of hunting America, later using a .500 double to take many of its game animals.
How a piece of wildlife art directed one man’s hunting destiny.
The buck was honored at the recent P&Y biennial convention in St. Louis.
There’s one less trophy buck in Texas . . . but there’s plenty more where he came from.
Poachers will face stiffer fines and more jail time as a result.
Theodore Roosevelt bags his first moose with help from a crusty old trapper.
A herd of Colorado elk refuses to migrate, leading to exponential population growth and overgrazing.
A boy’s first deer is always cause for celebration.
No deer, elk, black bear, or turkey can be taken with a semi-automatic firearm.
Less than 300 of Vietnam’s saola antelope remain, making it one of the most uncommon mammals on earth.