What You Can See on April 27

From Audubon's Earth Almanac by Ted Williams and compiled in "Wild Moments," edited by Connie Isbell, Illustrations by John Burgoyne, Storey Publishing, 174 pages. Barren-Land Bounder Under the more arid regions of our Southwest, in dens lined

FR&R Reforms ORV Users (Kind of, Maybe)

Herewith, a recent exchange initiated by perhaps a somewhat enlightened "Thumpertalk" moderator. Maybe if we can convince motorheads to at least not talk about their lawbreaking, we can move to the next step--getting them to cut it out entirely.


Who called President George W. Bush "something of an embarrassment," a leader who has "lost control of the federal budget," the architect of a "listless domestic policy" and a man who has "a habit of singing from the political correctness hymnal"? Answer: the

The Obscenity of Splake

I do not question the factual information presented here. But I do have a question about splake that very few managers and anglers ask: Aren't they and other man-made genetic cocktails a little (or a lot) obscene? I have no doubt that splake, wipers, saugeye,

Our New Secretary May be Almost as Bad as the Old One

From the Endangered Species Coalition Endangered Species Act legislative update: Kempthorne nominated as Interior Secretary President Bush has nominated Idaho Governor Dirk Kempthorne to replace Gale Norton as Secretary of the Interior. The Senate is scheduled

Hal Herring on Mercury Pollution,13199,605575,00.html And see how Dubya's EPA lamely tried to discredit a fine reporter: