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written by Mike Zlotnicki | photographed by Melissa McGaw
Bob Barnhill’s annual dove shoot is part hunt, part social gathering and all fun.
written and photographed by Todd Pusser
Take a look at the Albemarle Peninsula, where wildlife from bears to bobcats to tundra swans and rattlesnakes all ﬁnd a home.
written by Jeremy Grady | photographed by Melissa McGaw
Few ﬂies are as easy to tie, durable and appeal to so many freshwater ﬁsh as a hard-body black ant.
written by Bruce Ingram | photographed by Melissa McGaw
The locavore lifestyle attracts those who want sustainable, chemical-free food.
written by Beau Beasley | photographed by Thomas Harvey
Broken rods and busted knuckles are just part of the scene in the revitalized Cape Lookout Albacore Festival.
written by Dr. Sara H. Schweitzer, Dr. Melissa Beckman, Dr. John Brzorad and Dr. Roland Kays | photographed by Melissa McGaw
Latest technology tracks one great egret from Moyock all the way to his demise in a drought-stricken area of Colombia.
Take a look at the Albemarle Peninsula, where wildlife from bears to bobcats to tundra swans and rattlesnakes
all ﬁnd a home.
The Core Sound Decoy Carvers Guild began nearly 30 years ago when Wayne Davis celebrated his birthday with six other Harker’s Island carvers.
For more than 60 years, Duane Raver has enchanted and educated thousands of outdoor enthusiasts with his paintings and illustrations.
If you dream of killing a trophy buck this season, here are some tips on how not to accomplish your task.