Month: November 2022

Everett Headley   11.29.22 Step into Falconry Falconry is a brotherhood practiced worldwide and for millenia.  Yet today there are less than 4,000 falconers in the United States, most of whom are starting to age out of the sport.  That’s understandable since the  entrance to falconry is little known and even less publicized.  But for those who
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Rusty S.   11.25.22 Henry’s Guns For Great Causes Collaborates with Hunters of Color Henry Repeating Arms has a long philanthropic history via its Guns For Great Causes organization.  This Native American Heritage Day, Henry is helping auction off a hand-painted .45-70 done by artist Joshua Hood-Marvin, a Native American program manager of Hunters Of Color.  The
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Photo by Shari Sommerfeld Today’s Photo of the Day is “Autumn Snow Fall” by Shari Sommerfeld. Location: Jasper, Alberta. “An early snowfall up in the Canadian Rockies made for a wonderful scene with this bald eagle looking over the lake,” says Sommerfeld. “Notice its nest in the background.” Want to get your images in the
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