Wingshooting

A Certain Slant of Light

An illumination of the opening of pheasant season, and that time of life when roles reverse.…

The Goodbye Bob

Farewell to quail, with a presentment of ghosts. [by O. Victor Miller] “SON OF A…

Life in a Bowl of Gravy

From rock doves to whitetails, a man couldn’t go no better. [by Rusty Ward] THE…

A Bodyguard of Lies

If the locals call them “partridge,” don’t believe a word. [by Terry Wieland]

The Secret Santee

Ghosts walk and ducks fly where a great but little-known river seeks the sea. [by…

Wild Country, Wilder Birds

Hunting sharptails on the Crow Reservation. [by Terry Wieland]

Blurred Memories

Duck hunting in Virginia, with Cajun seasonings. [by Jim Mize]

The Grouse in My Head

“Hunting is not fiction, but it happens in the mind.” —Datus C. Proper, Pheasants of…

The Bird Familiar

If you peel back the layers of North American bird hunting to expose its core, you…

Lovely, Dark, and Deep

A wingshooter looks back at 70 years of snapshots. [by Roger Pinckney]

Purloined Pheasants

Wherein sins are committed, and culinary atoned for. [By Robert DeMott]