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Backcountry Equine Medical Issues – Colic

Backcountry Equine Medical Issues – Colic

We were packed several miles into the Pecos wilderness – biologists, game wardens, and support staff gathered for a bighorn sheep trap and relocation project. Richard, the area warden, rode his big draft-cross gelding “Cisco” into camp. Cisco was an experienced...
Backcountry Hunters Course

Backcountry Hunters Course

  Hosted by Magpul Core We’ve been reviewing rifles in the past couple issues of Western Hunter Magazine and showcased a few of the leading companies producing some of the best rifles on the market geared toward shooting at longer ranges. Even once you have the...
Easements, Historic Use, and More

Easements, Historic Use, and More

As Americans, we enjoy many exceptional and unique freedoms and privileges. For hunters, our system of public lands is perhaps the most important of these American ideals, born from the desire to enable every American to enjoy the outdoors, not just the wealthy such...
The Mountains Speak

The Mountains Speak

A Special Fraternity Western hunters are drawn to mountains. Our appetite is for rugged terrain, steep slopes, clean air, and the effort required to pursue wild creatures in often unrelenting habitat. Many non-hunters think our quest is about only the kill, but we...