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Aug 17, 2019

From the melting pot of tracking and retrieving breeds centuries ago, the small Munsterlander can claim a fragmented trace. More specific to its modern development, in the late 1800s a practically extinct small, long-haired pointing dog breed called a “Spion” was resurrected and refined, establishing the small...


Aug 16, 2019

If I were to make a top-five list of important gear when I go bird hunting, the Dogtra 2700T&B would be on that list right after my bird dog. That is a bold statement and maybe more of a confession of how much I've come to rely on this collar. In fact, this e-collar has become a part of my daily life, not just...


Aug 15, 2019

We have all heard the legends of William Harden Foster sitting around upland campfires and no doubt at some point you may have heard him called the “Father of Skeet.” Through the years, that has been interpreted as the founder of skeet. But it turns out that even though he had a hand in popularizing skeet shooting,...


Aug 14, 2019

As you might guess from the name, the Eurasian collared-dove (Streptopelia decaocto) is not a native bird. In fact, its original range is in the Middle East and Asia, but they spread throughout Europe and were introduced to the Bahamas in the 1970s. From that short flight to Florida, it has had no problem...


Aug 12, 2019

Earlier this year we put together a survey to explore the Project Upland audience to help get a better read on our community. We thank all of you who took the time to answer our barrage of questions ranging from bird dogs, shopping habits, culture, and of course your favorite game birds. As you may have caught our...