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Megan Plete Postol

Megan Plete Postol

Megan Plete Postol is an award-winning outdoor journalist covering the hunting, fishing, trapping, and shooting industries nationally.

Her work has appeared in various publications and websites across the outdoor industry and beyond. She loves exploring the intersection of the human experience and the natural world.

She is based in the gorgeous Adirondack Mountains. Her professional affiliations include the Outdoor Writers Association of America and the New York State Outdoor Writers Association.

Recent Posts

Elk Hunting Confrontation Ends with Assault and Robbery

Public Lands & Waters

Elk Hunting Confrontation Ends with Assault and Robbery

Two men have been charged with theft, aggravated assault, and battery stemming from an incident that took place on Oct. 15 in the Shale Creek area of Greys River, Wyoming. Jared Michael Olguin, 35, of Elizabeth, Colorado, and Shea Patrice Sanchez, 30, of Green River, Wyoming, are accused of...
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Colorado Bowhunter Kills Neighbor's Dog After Watching it Chase Deer

Wildlife Management

Colorado Bowhunter Kills Neighbor's Dog After Watching it Chase Deer

A pet dog running off leash was recently killed by a bowhunter on opening day in Colorado. The dog was under the care of Bellyache resident Stephen Katz when the incident occurred on private property owned by the Jouflas family. The 7-year-old Portuguese water dog, owned by Vail resident Jen Mason...
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Photos: 1,500-Year-Old Arrow Discovered in Glacier

Anthropology

Photos: 1,500-Year-Old Arrow Discovered in Glacier

Archaeologists scouring melting glaciers recently discovered an arrow that predates the Vikings. The arrow, estimated to be around 1,500 years old based on the shape of the arrowhead and nock, was uncovered by researchers from Secrets Of The Ice, a glacier archaeology program. Secrets of the Ice is...
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Photos: 10,000-Year-Old Human Footprints Discovered in Utah

Anthropology

Photos: 10,000-Year-Old Human Footprints Discovered in Utah

Archaeologists in Utah recently stumbled upon a rare find: early human footprints dating back at least 10,000 years. The footprints, which were discovered in the salt flats of the Air Force’s Utah Testing and Training Range, are believed to have been created by humans walking along the muddy...
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