Trail cameras are more popular than ever before, and their uses are endless. They can help pattern deer movements, catch trespassers in the act, help with estimating wildlife population numbers, catch kids trying to sneak out for a night of “studying,” and much, much more.
With thousands of motion-activated cameras set up all over the country, there’s bound to be some weird, off the wall, or just plain spooky pictures out there. Here are a few of our favorites.
“You guys see her, right?”...
It has been five years since the worst environmental disasters in history.
Watch this artist recreate the spill and the aftermath.
The question of where the million gallons of oil went is a valid one. 2.5 million gallons of oil spilled into the Gulf of Mexico five years ago. Where did it all go?
The Natural Resources Defense Council created this simple artistic time-lapse to try to simplify the scope of this disaster that should not be forgotten.
Scientists have been taking oil measurements for the...
It’s okay if you’ve made these mistakes if you’re a newbie. Here is how to avoid doing them on your next gobbler outing.
1. Not patterning your gun (and don’t know its range)
Just because you’ve recently spent several months using your 12 gauge during duck season with skill and success doesn’t mean you’ll do the same when it comes time to shoot a turkey. If you’ve changed your choke and swapped shells, your gun is going to throw the pattern differently, and your range will vary.
When your target...