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Project Upland Podcast Giveaway – Win a 3 Day Guided Hunt at Pineridge Grouse Camp

Take the Project Upland Survey to enter for a chance to win a 3-day guided hunt (4 night accommodations) for Ruffed Grouse and Woodcock at Pineridge Grouse Camp in Remer,...

Bobwhite Quail (Colinus virginianus) – An Upland Species Profile

The Complicated Story of the Once-Plentiful Bobwhite Quail As one of several species of North American quail, the bobwhite quail has been studied extensively throughout the...

An Introduction to Shed Hunting with your Bird Dog

Shed Hunting with your bird dog can be a great offseason exercise. As the sun sets on the last day of upland hunting season, many will hang up their boots and collars, already...

Mearns Quail (Cyrtonyx montezumae) – Species Profile

How and Where to Hunt The Rarely Seen Mearns Quail The Mearns quail, also called the Montezuma quail or fool quail, is a beautiful southern species of quail that mostly occurs in...

Six Reasons to Keep Your Bird Dog Conditioned

Keeping your bird dog conditioned is critical to performance and health. Our hunting companions are athletes, and should be cared for and treated as one. Proper conditioning is...

Things They Don’t Tell You About Bird Dog Training – Pigeons are Disgusting and Other Surprises

Not everything in bird dog training is disclosed when you get your first gun dog. This article is the second in a series on upland hunting from the beginner’s perspective....

Pheasant Brand – A Project Upland Official Teaser

A Project Upland Original Film that highlights the western culture of wild pheasant hunting. Stan VanArsdel has been chasing birds across the Pacific Northwest for over fifty...

What Should be in your Gun Dog First Aid Kit – Dr. Gracey Welsh

Dr. Gracey Welsh gives the veterinarians view on what should be in your gun dog first aid kit. Advice in this article is meant to help educate and prepare you, but should never...

Gone with the Wind – Confessions of a First Time Gun Dog Trainer

A hard lesson learned about wind direction for a first time gun dog trainer. In my mind, wind direction is kind of like divination for deer stands. Thermal currents shift with...

How to Take Care of your Gun Dog After the Hunt – Dr. Gracey Welsh

Use these tips and advice from Dr. Gracey Welsh to properly care for your gun dog after a hunt. Advice in this article is meant to help educate and prepare you, but should never...