This week, Cal talks about frozen finds, climate change, electrified critters, and the true cost of squirrel smuggling.
Connect with Cal and MeatEater
Cal on Instagram and Twitter
MeatEater on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube
Shop Cal’s Week in Review Merch
The proposed Pebble Mine and its backers ran into another major obstacle today when the Environmental Protection Agency announced it would continue working toward durable Clean Water Act protections for Alaska’s Bristol Bay Region. Conservation groups, especially those that brought the successful lawsuit, celebrated a big win in their decades-long fight against this potentially catastrophic project in one of the nation’s most pristine and...
Watch this video. Take its message seriously.
If you hunt or fish or camp or hike or recreate in any way on public land – or even if you just want the opportunity to do so someday – your voice is needed.
You’ve likely seen and heard plenty over the past couple years about the threat of a transfer or sale of America’s public lands. It was a dangerous idea, and hunters, anglers and other outdoorsy folks made a lot of noise about it. The good news...
Most deer hunters can agree on one thing about coyotes: They can be hell on fawns, muley or whitetail, especially during a fawn’s first six weeks of life. Researchers in some Southeastern states report fawn “recruitment” rates as low as 16 to 25 percent, meaning 1.6 to 2.5 fawns per 10 does surviving their first year.
But here’s something most deer hunters hate to hear: No matter how many coyotes you shoot, they’ll still be hell on fawns.