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Every time I watch Bogey and Hepburn in the 1951 classic The African Queen, I contemplate the possibility of going on an African safari vacation. As romantic and...
Follow the food
Steven Dobey has a simple tip for hunters this season. "Find the mast and you'll find the wildlife," says the turkey biologist...
Coyote, wolf, or both?
Late one night in the fall of 2013, I stepped outside my rural home and heard something I've never heard before. I nearly jumpe...
More to explore
There's an old saying about land: They're not making it anymore.
The plight of the monarch
Little did I know how critically important lowly milkweed plants are to the balance of nature...
The three-day July 4 holiday weekend is a great time to launch your boat and have some fun on Kentucky's waterways...
When the late Kentucky State Police Lt. John Tomlinson conceived the idea of Trooper Island back in 1964, it's doubtful he coul...
Go into any fishing tackle store and you'll confront an overwhelming variety of lures.
Sticks and bones
As the warm breezes of spring beckon me to hit the hiking trails, I have come to an emotionally charged crossroads in my life....
Spring fishing time
Jeff Ross has insider information about the best fishing that Kentucky has to offer. That's because Ross, who is assistant dire...
Do you and your significant other have a passion for both romance and the great outdoors? I know a place you may want to visit...
Trove of Trout
Expect spectacular trout fishing in the Cumberland River tailwater
Check out the view
Outdoorsman bags binoculars that clear up vision issues
Spring, summer rains feed wildlife population boom
More arches than time
Nature still carving out formations at Red River Gorge