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  • Many birders begin their birding journey by getting to know the birds that visit the small plot of land cordoned off by fencing known as the garden/backyard. Finding a local patch is the next step.

    Birding: The Complete Guide to Local Patch Birding

    Birding: The Complete Guide to Local Patch Birding

    by James Kenny4

  • Tips for finding deer antler sheds, including where to look and what to look for, to increase your chances on find a shed antler.

    How to Find Deer Antler Sheds

    How to Find Deer Antler Sheds

    by Anthony Altorenna11

  • Who doesn't love the taste of fresh mushrooms in a pasta dish, on a pizza, or in countless other recipes? The only thing that could make those mushrooms even better is if you forage them yourself!

    Foraging Wild Mushrooms

    Foraging Wild Mushrooms

    by Samuel Barrett0

  • It is said that mice are one of the most ridiculously difficult animals to skin because they are tiny and you have to be very careful with them. Consequently, they also take the least amount of time to finish because they are so small.... Find out how to hide skin these little critters.

    Skinning Mice

    Skinning Mice

    by Shaddie14

  • Twitching often divides opinions not only among the public but among birders themselves. It can offer though, some of the most memorable experiences you'll ever have as a person, let alone a birder. Here's the complete guide.

    Birding: The Complete Guide to Twitching

    Birding: The Complete Guide to Twitching

    by James Kenny2

  • In areas where these venomous reptiles present a danger to children and animals, and relocation is not feasible, killing them may be the only choice. Safe, effective, and humane means of quickly dispatching the snake are described.

    How and Why to Kill a Rattlesnake

    How and Why to Kill a Rattlesnake

    by Randy Godwin76

  • There will be no end to stories of lost treasure! The tales ignite excitement. Just join a gold prospecting club and listen to the conversation. Perhaps silver bars await in the wild Arizona desert?

    Lost Mines of Southern Arizona

    Lost Mines of Southern Arizona

    by John R Wilsdon4

  • From nature apps & weather apps to maps, compass & first aid apps, these programs make any outdoor experience a little bit better. Most are under $10--and several are free!

    Smartphone Apps for Outdoor Lovers

    Smartphone Apps for Outdoor Lovers

    by Jill Spencer12

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