Upland Culture Tag Archive

The Boom Heard Across the Prairie

A chance to watch the spring mating rites of the Greater Prairie-Chicken. The genus name for the greater prairie-chicken, Tympanuchus, comes from an ancient Greek word that...

Understanding Bird Counts

Understanding all aspects of North American bird counts. Whether we like to admit it or not, every upland hunter follows the bird counts of their favorite species in their...

Three Reasons to Try Chukar Hunting

Trying out chukar hunting maybe your next public land adventure! You’ve heard the rumors. You’ve heard that it’s good cardio, that it’s transformative. We’ve all...

Grouse Hunting Should be on Everyone’s Bucket List

Hunting the “King of the Birds” is more than just another bird in the bag—it’s one-of-a-kind. Bird hunting is a fine experience no matter what the quarry. From wild...

Upland Purists and Opportunist- We’re in this Together

At the end of the day, Upland Purists and Opportunists have the same goal. The older I get, the more I’ve realized that everyone has their own way of hunting. This is...

Why Upland Hunting is the Ultimate City Escape

The Ultimate City Escape is in the covers of the Upland World. Long before I was head first into upland hunting, I was a diehard bowhunter—or more accurately a diehard urban...

The Old Reliables, The Finest Guns in the World, and Guns of Lasting Fame

Parker Shotguns—and other Classic American Shotguns. Hunters have been discussing classic American shotguns for as long as wing shooting has existed in our country....

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...

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...

Do English Setters do it Better?

What drives the English setter obsession? A Medieval alchemist once observed that if something happens once, it will never happen again—but if it does happen again, it will...