A Discovery Channel video shows how red foxes pinpoint field mice buried deep beneath snow using their incredible hearing and the magnetic field of the North Pole. “He almost always comes up empty handed, unless he’s facing north,” the narrator … [Read More]
Correct application will increase your trapping success for upland predators [Read More]
By Jim Spencer Well-prepared, properly stretched and dried fur pelts are usually worth more than green fur, but a poorly handled pelt is worth far less because there aren’t any do-overs. Here’s a step-by-step guide for getting it right.
You never know what you’ll see in the wild. Videographer Jay Ellioff caught this red fox mousing on video just down the road from our offices in Iola. It’s spectacular footage of a predator in its element.
That is the question researchers in a “National Geographic” piece written by Evan Ratliff try to answer. The article focuses on a group of foxes that researchers have been attempting to breed to become more tame over the course of … [Read More]
We received some neat photos of red foxes in Alaska via e-mail today. The first photo is of a fox chasing a long-tailed jaeger. And the second photo is of a fox that caught a spectacled eider. Make sure to … [Read More]
Trapping can be an efficient, cost-effective way to give game birds a better chance of survival. [Read More]
The esteemed panel of experts field questions on enclosed traps, rabbit screams, ‘Coon Cuffs and more. [Read More]
Here’s the buzz on two multiple-set techniques that help savvy trappers take more fur. [Read More]
These 8 bucket strategies were developed over the years and prove to be very effective for ‘coons [Read More]