Those are my favorite kind of game camera picture! Had a little spike blacktail that kept showing up last year, and every time, he was so close, I'd only get half his face. Amazing how curious a camera makes them.
Where the magic happens! Not the same as a field photo, however, just a 5 second pause to think about the chain of raw materials to gear to supplier to customer and suddenly those electrons seem about as large in stature as a Kodiak.
First of all, nearly every survey has a loading bias. Therefore, the construction of the study, including the respondent mix, must be analyzed before taking results at anything close to face value. That being said, it's (not so) astonishing how many Americans are ignorant of the role that controlled/legal hunting plays in the grand plan (called the North American Mode... Read more
As a wildlife biologist who is actively working in the field of wildlife conservation, I find the study posted to likely represent an agenda. Although I work with non-game species, we regularly engage in works that benefit a multitude of animals. More importantly, I work globally. Have spent more time than I can recount pushing through rain forest, plodding through the Atacama, moving through ceno... Read more
We just published a new article in the GF blog about night vision & thermal. Let us know what we missed or got wrong in the comments section below the article. It's an involved topic, but so many of you guys are the experts who can help make this the best article on the web covering the subject.