An epic predator/prey battle caught by an eye in the sky.
Theodore Roosevelt waits over an elk carcass for a monster griz.
First venison, now this.
Three deer wander into the author’s target practice. Is it the perfect setup, or are they setting him up?
Deer are active all night, inactive all day during the full moon. Right?
Would you, could you pass up a special animal in order to obey the law?
Why did Virginia opt to split its bear and big game tags apart?
Hunting sheep among the lofty mountain peaks of the Yukon.
The only way you could get closer footage is if the bull swallowed a GoPro.
Saxton Pope, the father of modern archery, takes his first whitetail with stick and string.