Conservation Tag Archive

Spruce Grouse (Falcipennis canadensis) – Species Profile

Take a look at the Spruce Grouse with Project Upland. If you don’t live in the northern fringe of the country, it’s fairly safe to say that you’re not too familiar with the...

Carrying the Upland Hunting Spirit Throughout the Year

Stay Active, Scratch the Upland Hunting Itch It always seems like fall just doesn’t last long enough. We look forward to opening day of grouse season or our first pheasant trip...

Healthy Forests an Intuitive for Wildlife Conservation

Spreading the message of healthy forests one film at a time. In 2016,  the Ruffed Grouse Society and Project Upland teamed up to spread the awareness of healthy forests through...

Pheasant-The Unsung Hero of Upland Hunting

The Pheasant, a non-native species, is an American classic game bird. Ditch carp. Ditch chickens. Prairie parrots. Ditch parrots. We’ve heard and read our share of creative...

Why Upland Hunters Need to Share their Covers

The future of upland hunting is more important than our personal needs. I hate to use the word I almost as much as I hate to generalize people. That starts this article out on...

Chip Hidinger—Ruffed Grouse Society #HealthyForests Campaign

Chip Hidinger, an Arizona native, shares his new Virginia Upland Adventures in the #HealthyForests Film Campaign. Chip Hidinger lives in Midlothian, Virginia and is a member of...

Jason Dowd—Ruffed Grouse Society #HealthyForests Campaign

Jay Dowd shares his passion for the Ruffed Grouse Society in the #HealthyForests Film Campaign.  Jay Dowd is 37 years and from Flint, Michigan. A Former tattoo artist and current...

Ruffed Grouse Conservation Matters Right Now

Ruffed grouse conservation matters right now more than ever before. “Everybody knows that the autumn landscape in the northwoods is the land, plus a red maple, plus a ruffled...