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The Wild South

The Art of the Hand-Carved Turkey Decoy?

Though still rare as hen’s teeth, hand-carved wooden turkey decoys might just be ready for their moment

Sporting

Searching for Monster Trout on Georgia’s Soque River

On a small river outside of Atlanta, years of conservation and stewardship have paid off to create a fisherman’s paradise

Food & Drink

One Outdoorswoman’s Delicious Love Letter to the Wild

Chef Analiese Gregory’s new cookbook is a beautiful, personal read full of wild game recipes

Sporting Scene

Rich Smoker’s Dazzling Decoys

How an ace Eastern Shore wood-carver crafts his acclaimed birds

Good Dog

A Puzzling Pooch

On trying to understand
Winnie, the wonder-why-she-looks-like-that dog

11 Slideshow

Land & Conservation

Stunning Florida Shorebirds

Photographer Jim Miller captures striking images of shorebirds throughout Florida in his new book Art of Birds

The Wild South

The Case for Grilling Your Oysters

Nothing against the traditional roast, but while the oyster-getting is good, fire up the grill

Sporting

When Annie Oakley Came to Pinehurst

How the legendary sure shot blasted her way into North Carolina history

The Wild South

The Case for Grilling Your Oysters

Nothing against the traditional roast, but while the oyster-getting is good, fire up the grill

Land & Conservation

Great White Shark Feeding Frenzy

A South Carolina charter captain and shark tagger had the experience of a lifetime last week—and has the photos and video to prove it

The Wild South

Wild Game Cookbooks for Every Hunter

From a Texas chef’s inspiring guide to a 1903 French tome, these five cookbooks will help make the most of the contents of your game freezer

Land & Conservation

Cold-Stunned Sea Turtles in Texas Get a Helping Hand

Thousands of green sea turtles will survive the frigid weather—thanks to South Padre Island volunteers

21 Slideshow

Sporting

A Stellar Southern Decoy Collection Goes on Sale this Week

Copley’s Winter Sale of sporting art begins February 19

Adventures

On the Hunt for Old-Florida Tarpon

Nobody fishes quite like the guide David Mangum

Sporting

These ER Docs Always Gather to Watch the Super Bowl on TV. This Year, They’ll Cheer Live in Tampa

The NFL gave tickets to frontline workers, including a crew of friends who met in Charlotte

Good Dog

Sibling Rivalry

The yin and yang of a pair of littermates turns out to be just the right mix of crazy

MADE IN THE SOUTH

Top-Notch Turkey Calls

From his small workshop in Chatsworth, Georgia, Anthony Ellis turns out some of the country’s finest trumpet calls

Conservation

A Promising Winter for Right Whale Calves

The right whale calving season off the Georgia and Florida coasts is shaping up to be a good one—giving scientists hope for the most endangered whale in the world

Food & Drink

Yes, You Can Buy Wild Boar Meat

A source for USDA-approved wild-hog meat and other game goodness

Food & Drink

Southern Chefs Go Hog Wild

Invasive feral pigs wreak havoc on native landscapes—but as many Southern hunters know, they sure can shine on the plate. These five myth-busting recipes, from a Louisiana pork chop to a spring Bolognese, provide ample inspiration to stay high on the hog

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