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“Let’s get some pho!”
“What the hell is pho?” I asked.
Pho, which I later discovered is a Vietnamese noodle dish, had never been recommended to me before as a pre-hunt menu item. But, as I’d soon learn, spicy noodles in broth would be just one of many new experiences on my first urban deer hunt.
Culinary epiphanies aside, here’s what I learned while chasing deer amidst the barking dogs, roaring lawnmowers, and nervous suburbanites of the greater...
Most whitetail hunters spend more time looking for deer than looking at deer. The most popular North American big game animal is infamously skittish around humans, and it’s safe to say that, with the exception of this city in Japan, cervids around the world avoid highly populated areas like their lives depended on it.
But if that’s the case, how do we explain this 10-point whitetail buck that broke into a church in Sturgis, Michigan, on the...
It is no secret that urbanization is progressing rapidly across the nation—often at the expense of wildlife habitat. While development can be bad news for many species that depend on undisrupted habitat, some animals flourish in urban settings, especially wild turkeys. Calling on the edge of town might not be everyone’s preference, but the opportunistic hunter can take advantage of robust and often unpressured urban turkey populations.