WSSBC’s Communication Committee sits down with Provincial Wild Sheep and Mountain Goat Specialist Bill Jex to talk about horn aging and an update on a WSSBC supported Stone Sheep Project in the Cassiars.
Nolan sits down with Pete Muennich, president and founder of the Rocky Mountain Goat Alliance. Pete walks through the RMGA’s origin, conservation efforts, and what the future has in store for those beasts the color of winter we love so much.
Nolan sits down with Dylan Eyers, founder of Eatwild. Dylan has dedicated his life to hunting and foraging, as well as mentoring others, and embodies the “field to table” lifestyle in the truest sense.
The temperature had dropped and there was a layer of frost coating the top of the bag. I crawled out under my bivy tarp and stepped into the night, struck by the magical mountain scene before me. The full moon was shining over an ocean of clouds. Mountain peaks emerging through the gleaming white clouds like hundreds of little islands.
It’s early September and the deer hunting season has just opened in Ireland. I eagerly await to be joined by my hunting colleagues at the entrance to the forest. Light coloured fumes from the Landrover Defender are billowing into the night sky. In the distance, I hear the faint whistle of a Sika stag.
Nolan sits down with Dr. Matt Ward once again. After a disappointing elk hunt last fall — Beyond The Kill Elk Series 1-3 — Wardo shares his heartbreak and the success of his first spring black bear season.
Adam sits down with Brady Cervantes. Brady “Totanka” is a USMC Scout Sniper Veteran, Bull Rider, and Hunting Guide for Big Chino Outfitters in Arizona. While the conversation spans a variety of topics, bow hunting black bears is the core of the conversation.