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The Wild Sheep Show

Posted by on Jan 6, 2017

The Wild Sheep Show

The Wild Sheep Show is January 19-21 in Reno. It is the largest outdoor show dedicated to wild sheep, and it’s coordinated by the Wild Sheep Foundation. This show is held in conjunction with the Youth Wildlife Conservation Experience, an interactive wildlife education program aimed at children and youth—who represent the future of wildlife and outdoor sports. This week we sit down with Ryan...

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$18,000 Reward for Information on Poaching Case

Posted by on Dec 23, 2016

$18,000 Reward for Information on Poaching Case

Eight mule deer were illegally killed and left to waste over the course of three weeks in September near Mount Charleston, outraging the sporting and nonsporting public alike. Since the original announcement, individuals and organizations have come forward to increase the reward offered for anyone with information to help solve the crime. The latest donation was $10,000 offered by Nevada...

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Benefits of Eating Wild Game

Posted by on Dec 16, 2016

Benefits of Eating Wild Game

The quality of food in America is a source of concern for many people. Hormones, artificial ingredients and added sugars make much of the food we eat less healthy than we would like it to be. There is a source of pure, natural animal protein available to anyone who buys a hunting or fishing license. This meat is not only healthy, it can be delicious and a culinary treat like nothing else you’ve...

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Gift Ideas for Outdoor Enthusiasts

Posted by on Dec 9, 2016

Gift Ideas for Outdoor Enthusiasts

It can be a challenge to buy Christmas gifts for outdoor enthusiasts, like hunters and anglers, especially if you are not an avid sportsman yourself. This week, we sit down with Aaron Meier, NDOWs publication manager, and Aaron Keller, Nevada’s hunter education coordinator, to talk about Christmas gifts for the sporting enthusiast in your life....

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Winter at the Oxbow Nature Study Area

Posted by on Dec 2, 2016

Winter at the Oxbow Nature Study Area

With winter upon us, many people mistakenly believe that the Oxbow Nature Study area in Reno is closed, but wildlife just doesn’t disappear in the winter, and in fact, it’s a great time to visit Oxbow and learn about the strategies some native species use to survive the toughest winter months. This week, we sit down with Tricia Dutcher, the wildlife educator who runs Oxbow, to talk about why you...

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Cooking a Wild-to-Table Thanksgiving

Posted by on Nov 24, 2016

Cooking a Wild-to-Table Thanksgiving

Today is Thanksgiving and in this special, encore show, Edwin and Teresa sit down to discuss alternative meats to compliment or even replace that traditional Thanksgiving turkey with Lara Ritchie, a chef from Nothing To It Culinary Institute in Reno. Nothing To It has been offering classes in cooking wild game in coordination with NDOW, and Lara offers up some ideas, alternative and tricks to...

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