Month: October 2020

OutdoorHub Editor: Keenan Crow   10.30.20 Two New Jersey animal control officers are being called heroes online, after coming to the aid of a whitetail deer who had been spotted running around with a plastic pumpkin stuck on its head. Montclair Township Animal Control explained in a Facebook post Tuesday morning, how they began receiving multiple calls
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Whether heading into the backcountry or looking for an all-mountain winner, we found the best snowboard boots of 2020 for every use and budget. Snowboarding technology has made unbelievable strides since the sport was invented in rural Michigan in the 1960s. And snowboard boots are no exception. From step-on tech to BOA lacing systems, there
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Photo By Beth Young Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Convict Lake Metamorphic Rock and Autumn Foliage” by Beth Young. Location: Eastern Sierra Nevada, California. “The kaleidoscopic metamorphic rock on the cliffs and mountains surrounding picturesque Convict Lake provide a colorful backdrop to the calm water and colorful autumnal foliage of the eastern Sierra Nevada,”
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Here are some of our favorite things to cook while camping! We didn’t grill this time, but we usually do. Plus..tons of other things! We love to cook…and eat! 😉 ———————————————————————————————————— Hey y’all! Welcome to my channel. My name is Jennifer and I am a southern wife and mama of 2. I love sharing all
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You don’t need to have any backcountry experience to know – “Don’t eat the yellow snow!” But what about snow in general – particularly in winter emergency/survival situation? The partial answer is “No” and “Yes”! Caution reigns for both options. Because snow is about 70% air,  a fist-sized clump of snow is only going to
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OutdoorHub Editor: Keenan Crow   10.30.20 Gray wolf protections have been a hot topic of discussion lately, after the Trump Administration and its many conservation partners announced on Thursday the successful recovery of the gray wolf and its delisting from the Endangered Species Act. Some have deemed the act ‘premature’ or ‘wreckless’, but U.S. Secretary of the
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Photo By Fred McCagg Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Sunrise in the Adirondacks” by Fred McCagg. Location: New York. “Sunrise from the peak of Cascade Mountain in the High Peak region of the Adirondacks,” describes McCagg. “Up early and hit the trail in the dark hours before sunrise to be on the summit while
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Derrek Sigler   10.29.20 Crossbows have risen in popularity in a short amount of time. Whether you like them or not, they do one thing extremely well – get more people out hunting. This rise in crossbow use has spurred a tremendous growth in the technology and materials used in construction, resulting in increases in speed and
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Congratulations to Jeff Woodard for winning the recent Sense Of Place Assignment with the image, “The Streak.” See more of Woodard’s photography at www.flickr.com/people/woodardjeff.  View the winning image and a selection of submissions in the gallery below. And be sure to check out our current photography assignment here and enter your best shots! Winner: “The Streak” By
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#dutchshepherd #dutchie #joerobinet New Merch here! https://www.bunkerbranding.com/pages/joe-robinet Bad News, but nothing we cant handle. Poor Tripper has a degenerative bone problem, in this video we discover it, and try to deal with it Instagram https://instagram.com/joerobinetbushcraft/ https://twitter.com/robinet_joe
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My career has revolved around  adventure sports photography for 30 years. I’ve photographed everything from sea kayaking in the Florida Keys to mountaineering on Denali. I’ve learned some helpful photography techniques while guiding and photographing these adventure sports and gotten a lot of bumps and bruises along the way. Canoeing in Glacier National Park on
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Photo By Kristen Ryan Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Autumn at Oxbow Bend” by Kristen Ryan. Location: Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming. Nikon D810. Exposure: 1/1250 sec., f/11, ISO 800. Photo of the Day is chosen from various OP galleries, including Assignments, Galleries and the OP Contests. Assignments have weekly winners that are featured on the OP
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A simple backpacking meal idea using only one pot. High salt and protein content makes it a great meal to recharge after/during a long hike. Ingredients: Spicy Chorizo Smoked Chorizo Smoked Back Bacon Canned Tomatoes / Passata Dried Basil and Oregano Black Pepper Macaroni Equipment: Knife. One pot. Spoon. Instructions: Add the chopped chorizo and
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