Instead of fighting the constant battle of farming chronically wet areas in his fields, John Dassow decided to put those areas to work producing ducks, pheasants, bumblebees, butterflies, songbirds and clean water.
The author shares her love of mentoring and offers encouragement to individuals interested mentoring new hunters.
The author shares her perspective on hunting and the importance of hunting in regulating animal populations.
One southern Illinois landowner utilizes local coordination and resources to successfully manage a native oak-hickory forest ecosystem.
Illinois wildlife biologist Stan Etter’s career bridged research and management. Etter is best known for his practical research and linking that research to management of pheasants and other wildlife in agricultural systems.
Welcome to the August 1, 2019 edition of the online magazine OutdoorIllinois Wildlife Journal, featuring timely, seasonally based stories about the Prairie State’s wildlife resources.