(All stories & lessons are in video format)
We'll start this journey by visiting our five hunters in different regions of the country.
Amanda Dyer and her family have hunted Ruffed Grouse and American Woodcock in Maine for generations. We learn about their deep traditions.
Keng Yang is part of the largest Hmong community in the U.S. Even though his dad hunted in their homeland of Laos, Keng didn't start hunting until he was in his 20s.
Durrell Smith grew up in Atlanta. As a first generation African American hunter he now brings the unlikely to the outdoors through the Minority Outdoor Alliance.
Cayla Bendel's passion for hunting is only made stronger on the wind-swept prairie-grass as a leader of the local all-women's chapter of Pheasants Forever.
Ruben Mata grew up in Ventura County, and never hunted. He's now teaching his kids everything he learned from being a self-taught hunter of Valley Quail.
After meeting our hunters and seeing all the upland hunting opportunities available to you we'll dig into the lessons to get started on your path to becoming
an upland bird hunter.
A look at several species of upland birds, including Ring-necked Pheasants, Ruffed Grouse, American Woodcock, Northern Bobwhites, California Quail and Hungarian Partridge
Learn about the must haves and how to get started, without breaking the bank.
Considerations you need to address as you prepare for a first hunt.
Your time the field is only part of the hunting process so we'll look the important actions you need to take after the hunt.
The modern hunting culture is getting more diverse, but there are timeless values and principles that you must consider in your journey to becoming a competent hunter.