Tag Archives: bird hunting

Getting Better at Incoming/Passing Birds

If you have taken to heart the practice drills we’ve covered on flushing or outgoing birds, then the jump to the incoming birds will not be that difficult. When doing clinics on incoming shots, we separate the incoming bird into two categories — passing or decoying. These can be any bird except the flushing species such as quail, grouse or woodcock, which typically flush and then get back on the ground and “run like the dickens” to get away! Continue reading Getting Better at Incoming/Passing Birds

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SCI Recognizes Waterfowl & Upland Game Bird Conservationists

With more than 45,000 international members, SCI is a global leader in protecting the freedom to hunt and promoting wildlife conservation worldwide. Since its formation 45 years ago, SCI has Continue reading SCI Recognizes Waterfowl & Upland Game Bird Conservationists

Hunters Boost Kansas’ Economy

huntforeverwingshootingbirdflyOn Nov. 11, sleepy little towns in western Kansas transformed into centers with crowded motel parking lots, busy streets and packed cafes. If you were up before dawn on Nov. 12, you saw men and women dressed in khaki Continue reading Hunters Boost Kansas’ Economy

Wingshooting as a World Language

huntforeverwingshootingbirdflyIt can be as simple as a kid picking up a shotgun, whistling for his dog, and walking out the back door, or as formal as a duke setting out with a score of retainers to shoot a thousand birds. It is all wingshooting, and it is all wonderful. Continue reading Wingshooting as a World Language