It’s International Women’s Day, and we’re celebrating some of the women at the forefront of the hunting and angling community” - Nicole Qualtier
I've had the opportunity to share my first backpacking hunt, chasing Woodland Caribou with Journal of Mountain Hunting.
With little prior knowledge, she embarked on the challenge to become a hunter. This is her story.
This bush tea she whipped up gave me the extra boost I needed to keep on going.
Making arnica oil is very easy to do and requires little prep or equipment.
This article is a to-the-point guide on how to hunt and gather the elusive morel mushrooms in British Columbia
If you're curious about eating wild game, including predators, here are some resources that are great about breaking down the stigma around certain meat varieties
Once smoked I find the fish fillets keep better frozen and it's much more versatile. You can add smoke fish to any salad, sandwich, or even a quick dip to satisfy guest during spontaneous get-togethers.
An easy recipe for all the grind meat you have. I don’t bake much or have the desire to do so, but this was simple enough for me to make. It was so good, I ate three in one sitting and stored the rest in the freezer for a rainy day.
I recently attended BC Wildlife Federation’s Fall Harvest celebration. Here is a summary of the evenings events and lessons learnt. The article contains a few quick facts on the matter and action items you can take!
Hunter segregation has been a significant roadblock for our community of hunters to move forward in many of our initiatives, including campaigning for wildlife conservation or better educating the public on hunting and the laws and regulations that govern us.
Wildlife management is remarkably underfunded in British Columbia
These apps will save you from hours of hiking around in circles or shooting something in an area you weren’t suppose to.
Up and down the mountains surrounding Mt. Assiniboine and through several rivers my strappy sandals persevered.
I've co-written this guide with industry professional Poul Sylvest, who had been fitting clients with boots for 47 years and counting.
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