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Farewell, Joel! Letter to the editor Oct 1, 2015 183
An artistic migration: a knight leaves his indelible mark on waterfowl conservation. Sep 1, 2015 1183
Smile for the camera: dangers abound for the most adventurous of outdoor photogs. Jun 1, 2015 1325
Missouri memories: a new book details the illustrious history of this waterfowl-rich state. Mar 1, 2015 1411
Riddles of registration: bloodline purity, uniformity and regulation are important, but ... Dec 1, 2014 1580
End of an era: Libby and Charlie Schwartz dedicated their lives to conservation. Nov 1, 2014 1218
Gundom's excalibur: for many hunters, the parker invincibles are the ultimate double guns. Aug 13, 2014 1255
Pen-raised 'wild' birds: expect a hot rooster shoot at Ringneck Ranch. Jul 9, 2014 932
Picked by a Puppy: the best gun dogs will choose you. Mar 1, 2014 1346
Dog beds: a good bale of hay or pile of cedar shavings is all you need. Dec 1, 2013 648
Muddying the Big Muddy: big business is the only concern of a few Mizzou politicians. Oct 30, 2013 715
Piping hot: prairielands are in trouble with the advent of the Keystone oil line. Oct 1, 2013 1108
Navigating the minefield: it's your responsibility to watch out for that hard-driving dog. Column Sep 1, 2013 1451
CRP doomsday? A boon to wildlife, this program's future is far from certain. Column Aug 1, 2013 1179
Beemen to the rescue: a pair of Missouri men are working to keep the uplands alive. Jun 1, 2013 1391
Dogs and the law: will legislators try to hamstring hunters in their favorite pursuit? Mar 1, 2013 1326
'No poops, no oops': there are some crazies out there, and this proves it. Product/service evaluation Dec 1, 2012 906
The future looks black: an exuberant lab makes a successful first retrieve. Essay Sep 29, 2012 1493
Netted by Cannons: celebrating one of conservation's greatest success stories. Dec 1, 2011 1128
A blessing and a curse: recalling the life of Scruffy. Oct 1, 2011 1452
Roots: the hunting and shooting tradition is alive and well. Aug 30, 2011 805
A burning question: appreciating campfires and deviant canines. Mar 1, 2011 1724
Dogmania: bouts of canine naughtiness are primitively unrestrained. Dec 1, 2010 1866
The new QU: will Quail unlimited be "the comeback kid"? Oct 29, 2010 1548
Clumber love: fireballs they're not, but they do produce birds. Sep 21, 2010 1208
Quail & pheasant roundup: a state-by-state forecast for the upcoming season. Aug 31, 2010 4908
Little ... but with all the moves: the ubiquitous Brittany is popular for good reason. Aug 31, 2010 1807
Farewell to gentleman bob: plus, a short treatise on wild game cookbooks. In memoriam Jul 29, 2010 1455
Who speaks for the long-tailed bird? Pheasants Forever, that's who; and they do so with a powerful voice. May 15, 2010 984
Desmodium dog; these nasty seeds create headaches for hunters and their gun dogs. Viewpoint essay Mar 1, 2010 1299
They are not our friends: it's a good idea to know your enemy. Dec 1, 2009 1955
Picture this: tips for improving your hunt photos, plus the passing of a legend. Oct 1, 2009 1094
Quail and pheasant roundup: a state-by-state forecast for the upcoming season. Sep 1, 2009 4563
Hair of the dog: plus, some random thoughts on public speaking. Aug 1, 2009 1548
Brothers in tooth and claw: predatory birds have long been the subject of debate among bird hunters. Essay Jun 1, 2009 1578
Paying for pleasure: Minnesotans vote in a tax increase for wildlife. Mar 1, 2009 1158

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