Getting Out

Field Notes 8/26/16

Hunters receive turkey permits

2 hrs ago
Smartphones change nature of getaways

QUETICO PROVINCIAL PARK, Ontario — We had found the island campsite late in the afternoon last week. The day was hot, and we were ready to make camp. We were all

1 week ago
Field Notes 8/19/16

Refuge celebrates 80th anniversary

1 week ago
New view of the region

TREMPEALEAU — One of Ryan Johnson’s favorite things about offering kayak tours with Driftless Adventure Co. is he never knows what he’s going to see each

2 weeks ago
Knight Life: Land purchase will ensure site where nuclear plant was once proposed will remain natural

I once went for a fishing trip and canoe ride with a top Xcel Energy official who told me — he didn’t intend his comments be made public at the time —

3 weeks ago
Field Notes 8/5/16

Thorp womanreceives award

3 weeks ago
Viewpoint: Debate about deer continues

EAGLE RIVER — Dave Clausen showed a photo slide of an oak tree at a gathering of outdoors writers from across Wisconsin.

3 weeks ago
Getting Out Briefs 7/8/16

Hearing set to discuss frac sand

1 month ago
Grouse cycle on the upswing

Ruffed grouse hunters are well-acquainted with swings in the birds’ population cycles, which measure about 10 years.

1 month ago
Field Notes 7/1/16

Caution urged with fireworks

1 month ago
Field Notes 6/24/16

Moisture boosts bird numbers

2 months ago
Field Notes 6/10/16

Spring turkey numbers rise

2 months ago
Field Notes 6/3/16

Free activities set for this weekend

2 months ago
Field Notes 5/27/16

Program helps remove lead lines

3 months ago
Banding woodcocks helps obtain information about elusive creatures

TAMARAC NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE, Minn. — Donna Dustin knew the woodcock was there, somewhere, hunkered down in the brush, most likely with eggs or a brood of chicks.

3 months ago