Leave natural and cultural artifacts. Natural objects of beauty or interest, such as antlers or mineral crystals, should be left alone for others to discover and enjoy. In national parks and some other areas it is illegal to remove natural objects, or to do so without a permit. Archaeological, cultural and historic artifacts preserve an […]
People come to wildlands to enjoy them in their natural state. Allow others the same sense of discovery by leaving plants, rocks, historic, cultural and archaeological artifacts as you find them. We all have a responsibility to anticipate and reduce our social impact upon others and to be considerate towards the wildland environment and its […]
Historical and archeological sites: Remnants of the past can be found on national, state, and private lands. Enjoy and learn from these sites, but remember that some of these are sacred to Native Americans, or are important cultural reminders of our heritage. Respect these sites and treasures. Help pre serve the past for the future: […]
Washing and human waste disposal must be done carefully so the environment is not polluted, and animals and aquatic life are not injured. Water can be polluted with soaps-biodegradable or otherwise-food waste, or human waste. Toilet paper and other trash also create an eyesore. Wash water: If a cleaning station is provided, use it. If […]
More and more people are taking to trails, rivers and byways to discover America. On foot or horseback, on mountain bikes or by boat, there are vast expanses to be explored on federal, state and privately owned lands. This increased use is not without problems, however. Many popular areas are now crowded and show signs […]
Licensed guide Dave Carlson will use his tracking experience and familiarity with Arizona to ensure you have an exciting and memorable hunt. Hunt Mt. Lions in rugged Central Arizona when it fits your schedule. The season here runs year around with the best time to hunt being October through April. Unlike many other states that […]
We had decided to meet around six by the Pleasure Island Restaurant on Sabine Lake. Today I was going to be filming a segment called KTBS Outdoors, in Shreveport Louisiana. I was fishing with some friends of mine for big specks and I could not have picked a better angling team. First, I had Brett […]
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