The South Red Bird Wildlife Habitat Enhancement Project is the area of focus within the Daniel Boone National Forest (KY), where RGS & AWS will be targeting the work. More than 950 acres are slated for habitat improvements through this project over the next 3 years.
Working Lands for Wildlife: In Pursuit of the Shifting Mosaic
Join RGS & AWS for this forestry-focused virtual event on February 25 , 2021 from 10:30 am – 1:30 pm. Register today for a unique opportunity to explore and discuss […]
WHY WE HUNT: Member Christian Fichtel, North Carolina
“To those devoid of imagination, a blank place on the map is a useless waste; to others, the most valuable part.” ~ Aldo Leopold I’ve always believed that hunting should […]
Okay, so it’s public . . . Now what?
By Brent A. Rudolph, Ph.D., RGS & AWS Director of Conservation Policy RGS and AWS are among the most passionate organizations defending the overall benefits of public lands, but we […]
GROUSE AND WOODCOCK HUNTING GATEWAYS
A focus on simple gateways to grouse hunting can recruit our next generation of hunters. By Matt Soberg, RGS/AWS Editor & Director of Communications We always hear about perceived barriers […]
THE LITTLE THINGS – EDITOR NOTE
The thought of losing the little things we love about grouse and woodcock hunting reveals truly what’s at stake for the future of our sporting traditions if we don’t strive […]
WHY WE HUNT, Member Payton Gunby
I grouse hunt because it’s in my DNA. Surprisingly, it doesn’t have to be passed down through genetics. Take a stroll through the grouse woods and you might find it […]