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Kicking Bear Youth Camps Introduce Kids to Christ and the Outdoors

I’ve always said I don’t know who or where I’d be if it weren’t for the outdoors. It’s had that big of an impact on my life. And I know I’m not the only one. There are millions of people around the world who have been changed, at least in...


Facts on Friday - Rabbits

The scientific name for the rabbit is Oryctolagus Cuniculus. The average size of a rabbit litter is usually between 4 and 12 kits. Rabbits are born with their eyes closed and without fur. Male rabbits can reproduce as early as 7 months of age, and females as early as 4...


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Your Hunting Dogs

When you love something, you want to show it off. That's why we asked you to submit a photo of your canine hunting companion so we could share it here on Realtree.com for all to see. Check out these photos of the pups doing what they love to do --...


Ferreting For Beginners

Ferreting has been a popular pest control method for decades. It is a craft that is often passed down through generations and is a highly effective approach to controlling rabbit populations. Professional ferreter, Gavin Dolman, shares his top five ferreting tips for beginners. 1) Treat the ferrets to a good...


Ferreting for Rabbits...

Today on Realtree Global Hunting, we join Steve Wild as he goes ‘old school’ and ventures out on a ferreting adventure. Ferreting has been a popular pest control method for decades. It is a craft that is often passed down through generations and is a highly effective approach to controlling...


Pest Control In New Zealand

I love pest control here in New Zealand, there is always plenty of quarry available offering some of the finest and freshest meat. My main targets are rabbits, possums and hares with the odd feral-wild cat thrown in. Thankfully we don't have foxes. Possums are a pest species here, they...


Pest Control

We catch up with Realtree International Pro-Team member Paul Hodson for his advice on Pest Control. The secret of pest control is having a good relationship with your landowners. People need somebody who is trustworthy, capable, and who will turn up when they say they will. Almost all of my...


Paleo: How to Be a Proud Meat Eater

Many of us probably know at least one person that’s a vegan. And in no way are we sharing this to offend those people. No, it’s just a good old wisecrack to brighten your day. After all, we need a good laugh every now and then, right? I think so...


The Reasons We Hunt

I’ve always been asked why I hunt. The answer to that question is both very simple and extremely complex. We hunt because we want to experience what nature has to offer us. We hunt to grow in character as individuals who are a part of a much larger society. We...


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New Hunting Clothes For 2016

Every year, new hunting clothes hit racks and stands all across the country. And every year, I take joy in trying them on. It may or may not be obvious, but I’m a bit of a camouflage freak. Seeing the latest Realtree camouflage patterns on the newest clothing gets me...


Hunt Small Game When Deer Seasons Close

January 1 was the last day of Michigan's deer season . The three-month season was gone in the blink of an eye. All that practice and preparation for the hunt either paid off or it didn't. Maybe you filled your tags. Maybe you missed your opportunity. But one thing is...


Are Small Game Hunters Going Extinct?

Shaine Nixon misses the old days, when his family religiously hunted for squirrels in the Angelina National Forest near Lufkin, Texas. He joined in the tradition when he was 8 and still remembers those early outdoor experiences. “My great-grandmother would make homemade yeast rolls every day, with bacon ends, and...


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