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Baby Wildlife 101: Followers & Hiders

Some people get fooled into thinking baby critters need help...they don't; here's why.

When Hiking Becomes an Adventure

Here's what to do if the wilderness starts getting, well, a little wild.

Fun Friday: 7 Awesome Predators (You've Never Heard Of)

Go way beyond lions, tigers and bears with NRA Family, as we travel the world...

4 Things You Didn't Know About Otters

Cute, fuzzy, playful...weasels. Wait, what?

5 Things You Didn't Know About Wolverines

They're what you think you know...only ever so much more so.

Winning on Winter Predator Hunts

You are on a mission...to collect a coyote, fox, bobcat or other predator.

6 Mistakes Hunters Make When Tracking Wounded Game

You can still recover that animal…just avoid these tracking blunders!

Fun Friday: 5 Weird Wildlife Facts

They sound like tabloid headlines, but these crazy wildlife facts are totally true.

Sandhill Cranes: "Ribeye of the Sky"

Graceful, elegant and…delicious? Yes!

Guns & Loads for Self-Defense Against Animals

Lions, tigers and bears? More like rabid foxes, snakes and...OK, bears.

Fun Friday: 5 Ways Beavers Are Giving Humans a Run for Our Money

It's a good thing we have opposable thumbs, or we might be in trouble.

3 Reasons You Need a Rimfire Training Gun

Perfect for beginners and experienced shooters alike.

3 Candidates For Your One and Done Gun

Buying your first gun? Need one that can "do it all"? Here are three thoughts.

Coyote Hunting: Tricking the Tricksters

Summertime...what to do? How about some varmint hunting?

Fun Friday: 6 Things You Didn't Know About Pronghorn Antelopes

Get the skinny on the critter affectionately known as a "speed goat."

Why Chest Holsters Make Sense For Backwoods Carry

Outdoor enthusiasts are turning to chest holsters to secure their personal defense firearms.

All About Black Bears

Get the not-so-skinny on this quintessential American game animal.

The Eastern Spread of Coyotes In the U.S.

It's a contemporary evolution right under our snouts.
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