by Ron Spomer Cheyenne is happy. After 13 years, my black and white setter does not have to stop hunting sage grouse. Neither do I. Neither do you. The USFWS says our beloved sage hens do not have to be listed under the Endangered Species Act thanks … [Read more...] about The Sage Grouse Lives!
Natural History and Conservation
In this Conservation & Natural History section we will explore our hunting history and examine our obligations to the future of wildlife in North America. We’ll post news and alerts about human activities threatening wildlife and the places it needs to live. Read along. Chime in. Stay tuned and get involved. The wildlife habitat you save could be your own. It will certainly be your children’s future.
by Ron Spomer I started to write another book. I ended up producing an app. Ron Spomer's Everything Whitetail. The world wasn't exactly desperate for another book about whitetail deer and how to hunt them, but an app? There were none of those. Now there … [Read more...] about Whitetail Wisdom in Your Pocket! – Everything Whitetail
by Ron Spomer The idea of "chasing" game is foreign to most of today's hunters, who'd rather wait in ambush, but that doesn't diminish the ethical need for "fair chase hunting." The question is how one defines it. And the Boone & Crocket Club is so … [Read more...] about Hunt Fair Chase, Win a Rifle & Scope
Mountain Goat Hunting is the Trophy by Ron Spomer Hunting mountain goats for the trophy horns rather misses the point. The experience is the trophy. You hunt a land rarely seen and even more rarely touched by mere mortals. Goat country is earth's … [Read more...] about Hunt is the Mountain Goat Trophy
Wyoming Pronghorn Hunting for India Blackbucks in Argentina by Ron Spomer If you love the open country stalking challenge of a Wyoming pronghorn hunt but can't draw a tag or wait for the season to open, go south, young hunter, go south. Spring in the U.S. is … [Read more...] about Hunting India Blackbuck in Argentina
Bottled Water Industry Saves the World by Ron Spomer Oh boy. It’s Earth Day, the annual 24-hours of sanctioned, token environmental enthusiasm when GRINOs (Green in Name Only) pay lip service to conservation. All the usual suspects — politicians and pop … [Read more...] about Save the Earth. Drink Bottled Water
Sable may be the most regal, majestic antelope in all of the world. And some of the biggest are at Nchila and Nkwaji Wildlife Reserves in Zambia. This is no accident. Owner and former cattle farmer Peter Fisher grew up on the land in an age when native wildlife … [Read more...] about Private Land Hunting Is Saving Zambia’s Sable
Your civil servants at the U.S. Forest Service, the ones whose salaries you pay to manage land you own, are continuing to deny you your First Amendment rights of free speech. In actions reminiscent of a totalitarian regime, they demand you petition them for the right to … [Read more...] about Forest Service Continues Attempts to Muzzle Free Speech