Vicious bear attacks are rarely caught on video like this, and what's also very rare is... the victim managing to walk away in one piece. A hunter in Ontario says he was out on a Spring hunt recently -- and you gotta see what happened when he…
Scary incident that took place in Ontario to a local man our bow hunting.
A Canadian hunter is lucky to be alive after being attacked by a black bear. Richard Wesley was bow hunting near Fire River, Ontario, when he noticed a large black bear roaming nearby. At first, the bear seemed unfazed by Wesley's presence,...Show More Summary
There is a clear information gap in the public on the value of hunting and the need to manage black bears.. This post SCI Foundation and SCI Chapters Sponsor 23rd Eastern Black Bear Workshop appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.
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You should keep Croatia in mind for brown bear hunting. Eurasian brown bears are roughly the same size as North American grizzly bears, squaring 8-9 feet, and cost much less. The post Eurasian Brown Bear Hunts Are Much Less Expensive appeared first on Outdoors International Hunting.
Cory Glauner and Brandon Couchman head to Washington state to hunt over-sized black bears. The post 180 Grains of Ouch! appeared first on Outdoors International Hunting.
Bozeman, MT. (May 2, 2017) – MYSTERY RANCH, an industry-leading backpack company devoted to making mission-specific packs through state-of-the-art load-carrying technologies recently joined forces with Brand Ambassador, Jason Matzinger of Into High Country television to publish the story of Jason’s 2016 spring bear hunt. Show More Summary
Jason details the trials & tribulations of his 2016 spring bear hunt that ultimately ends in success when he catches up with a bear... This post MYSTERY RANCH & Jason Matzinger Team Up on a Bear Hunt to Remember appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.
A fully guided Wyoming antelope hunt with Table Mountain Outfitters, a Savage Arms 16/116 Bear Hunter in.338 Federal, a Camp Chef Smoke Pro Pellet Grill and a complete set of NOMAD apparel are just a few of the items available in the Sportsmen’s Alliance spring Protect Your Passion promotion. Show More Summary
Grizzly bears venturing from dens in search of food this spring will face landscapes dominated by mines, roads, pipelines, clearcuts and ever-expanding towns and cities. As in years past, they’ll also face the possibility of painful death at the hands of trophy hunters. British Columbia’s spring bear hunt just opened. Show More Summary
More than 10,000 supporters of Humane Society International/Canada have signed a letter to British Columbia premier Christy Clark, asking her to ban the grizzly hunt. Photo by Ray Rafiti It’s an image that millions of people who’ve watched...Show More Summary
These spot-and-stalk Washington bear hunts on the Olympic Peninsula near Vancouver Island have the potential for a real trophy bear. Washington has the highest bear population in the lower 48, and these Washington bear hunts on the Olympic...Show More Summary
Four Bear Ranch, a 1,246-acre mountain retreat and hunting property once owned by “Gunsmoke” writer Ron Bishop, is for sale in Cody, Wyo., for $7.95 million. Set within a basin adjoining the Shoshone National Forest, the ranch has art and literary ties that precede Bishop’s ownership. Printmaker,...
Southern trees bear a strange fruit in Laird Hunt’s seventh novel, a dark historical fiction filled with dreams and visions… See the full story of On the way to a lynching on The Spectator.
The species, which haven't been seen for years or decades, include pink-headed ducks, red-thighed monkeys and a seahorse no one's ever seen in the wild.
Bears are being hemmed in, with roads, settlements, and other human activities dividing and shrinking their habitats. Bears face more risks than ever in terms of roadkills and habitat loss. Photo by iStockphoto In yet another dramatic...Show More Summary
Florida wildlife officials say they won't consider holding another black bear hunt until at least 2019, but it's not because they don't want to have one. They say it may … Click to Continue »
Photographer Ed Gold went deep into the Alaskan wilderness to meet the Atchley family, who have lived there in near-isolation for 18 years. The family of four buys groceries once a year, and live off the land by hunting black bears,Show More Summary