The most common aggressor is a lone male bear, not a sow with cubs. Only 8 percent of attacks were attributed to mama bears.
In a nutshell, a Canadian woman stranded for seven weeks in one of the most remote reaches of the West was found emaciated but alive.
The thing about a flood, when you’re in it, you are hyper-conscious of two things: whether it’s getting worse or whether it’s getting better.
Water from the flooded Milk River has been creeping ever closer to my river-bottom home, but for a couple of weeks it had kept a respectful distance. Until this weekend.
Right now Hunting Editor, Andrew McKean, is stranded in his home in Montana by rising flood waters. Here's part 1 of his first-hand survival story.
So the other night my family and I finally did what we’ve discussed for weeks: we filled our quota of nearly 100 sandbags.
My identical twin sons just turned 10 years old. It’s a day I’ve been looking forward to for, oh, about a decade now.
I was walking back to my office with my friend Ky today. We were both carrying guns—in broad daylight—down the main street of our town (God bless rural Montana), on our way to a field day for kids sponsored by our local National Wild Turkey Federation and Ducks Unlimited chapters.
Andrew McKean reports on the fire season hitting the dry prairies in his home state on Montana.
Aimpoint's new SHOT Show introduction.
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