Brittany’s Beautiful Turkey

May 31, 2015

Brittany Boddington, a hunter, journalist and adventurer showing off a beautiful ocellated turkey. Brittany is also a host of The Boddington Experience TV Show and Petersen's Hunting TV as well as a writer for Wild Deer Magazine and California Sportsman's Magazine. Check out her story above in the June issue of California Sportsman Magazine with Tankab Outfitters in our great wild outdoors.

Owning Camo

May 30, 2015

June Bug (Doe) Had Six Fawns

May 30, 2015

"Dwight and Debbie Knight of Knight Farm in Old Town, Florida are pleased to share this amazing miracle. On May 20, 2015 around 2:00 PM, our bottle-raised 7-year-old doe named "June Bug" gave birth to 6 fawns (4 bucks and 2 does). Their weights ranged from 3 to 6 pounds each. She has been consistently giving birth to twins, so this was a BIG surprise!"

Dwight Knight
Knight Farm LLC.

Father/Son Turkey Hunt

May 29, 2015

Prayer vs. Trespassing!

May 28, 2015

Guardian of the Morels

May 28, 2015

A Deer Kiss

May 21, 2015

A Florida Black Bear

May 20, 2015

This is Florida's state record of a black bear weighing in at 720 lbs. Picture taken from Outdoors International Facebook page site of hunting and fishing.  

Big Black Bear!

A Lion Named Will

May 19, 2015

Footage shared last week by the Rancho dos Gnomos Santuario in Brazil shows the thrilling moment a lion named Will experiences, for the first time, the feeling of soil and grass beneath his feet.  Prior to being rescued and taken to the sanctuary, Will had been forced to perform with a traveling circus.  For 13 long years, the lion had been confined to a cramped cage and denied any semblance of a normal existence.

Within seconds of his release, Will can be seen eagerly running his paws through the soft soil - - tragically, a foreign material for a creature who, up until then, had known only cold metal floors. Will's reaction to the grass that covers his sprawling new home is equally ecstatic. Despite his age, advanced for his species, the lion rolls around like a happy cub discovering life's simple pleasures. But perhaps the most touching part of Will's transition into his new sanctuary can be seen in this moment of repose, as if mot impressed not by the feeling of dirt or grass, but by a new found sense of peace.

A lion can live up to 14 years in the wild, or up to 26 in captivity.

Published on May 12, 2015.

Sounds Like A Song…

May 18, 2015

A funny on a rainy day!  

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