An overview of common violations that Texas Game Wardens encounter in deer season, from improperly tagged deer to no hunter education certification. For more information on hunting in Texas, including regulations and public hunting opportunities, visit


Bob D'Angelo, coordinator of the Pennsylvania Game Commission's Big Game Records Program, demonstrates and explains how to measure deer antlers under the Boone & Crockett scoring system.

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Hunting Stereotypes. Love 'em or hate 'em, we all know 'em.
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Chad Yousey and Joey King from Bow Madness Outdoors LLC, Come across two bucks that are locked up from fighting. one is already dead and the other is still alive and fighting. once they get them unlocked, the buck will not leave. AMAZING VIDEO !!!!! PLEASE SHARE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Come take a look at Utah's Antler Auction. These are all the animals that have been poached, road killed or dead heads that have been picked up. It's pretty interesting! Get Social with US!!

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From strawberry tigers to hairy nosed marsupials, we count down 15 of the rarest near-extinct animals ever to walk the Earth.


This is one of the most difficult and dangerous rescues we’ve ever attempted in 34 years of Wildlife Aid.
A young deer was trapped in a 10 inch wide, 12 foot deep gap, between a shed and a brick wall. It was so narrow that no one could have got down to the deer. After much consideration and discussion, a risky but ingenious plan was formed.
There was only one chance to get this right; had it gone wrong, the deer would, almost certainly, have broken a leg or, worse still, died.


Mark Holyoak sat down with two Montana hunters who came "face to face" with a grizzly bear, and lived to tell about it.


The concept behind this project was to show "The Life at Table Mountain" in one minute. We wanted to include as much as possible while still telling short stories at each section. Scott and Angie are true outdoorsman and advocates of big game hunting. The sport is better with them around I gaurantee it! We want to thank them for welcoming us into their lives for a couple days!
All principal photography, editing, 3D modeling, and motion tracking done in house by RockHouse Motion

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After eating some aged fruit, see what happens to the wildlife!


It is often a challenge to find an animal after you have shot it. Here are a few tips for locating an animal once the animal is down and out of view. This is a short video of an elk hunt in the Northern Rocky Mountains. We were hunting in a large burn where the habitat was very thick and nondescript which can make for difficult tracking.

In this case I was in open country, so I saw the elk go down about 30 yards from where he was initially shot. I was confident he was down near the last point that I saw him, so I set my course to where I last saw him standing before he disappeared into the brush. In most cases, I don't usually see where or if the animal has gone down. When hunting in the forest, usually the animal will disappear from view immediately after it is hit. Under these circumstances I will set my course to locate the spot where the animal was standing when I shot, and then start the tracking from that spot. Keep an eye out for an Eatwild tracking video next season.


The Howard Leight Impact Sport is an electronic earmuff with a sleek, low-profile ear cup design and an adjustable headband for a secure, non-slip fit. It automatically shuts off noise above 82 decibels. A single power and volume control knob allowing you to hear conversations near or far from you. To capture low level sound, the Impact Sport employs built-in microphones that amplify range commands and other important sounds. Users enjoy full, clear directional hearing in stereo. For protection, the Impact Sport actively listens and automatically shuts off amplification whenever harmful sound levels are reached. The earmuffs effectively block any noise, continuous or impulse, of 82 decibels or more. External audio input allows you to connect your mp3 player or other audio source. The Impact Sport boasts outstanding battery lifetime, running on 2 AAA batteries, included.