- Weep not for the fawn. James, M.R. // Bowhunter;Feb/Mar97, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p32
Presents a hunting essay about the lamb and the fawn. Beauty and vulnerability of both animals; Destiny of the lamb as a commercial commodity; Danger of starvation for the fawn.
- Arctic fantasy hunt. Browning, Monty // Bowhunter;Feb/Mar97, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p53
Presents an anecdote about hunting muskox in Alaska. Size of average muskox; Signs of irritation or aggression by animal; Opportunity for author to kill two bulls.
- Canadian adventures. Holt, Dave // Bowhunter;Feb/Mar97, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p56
Discovers the excitement of hunting muleys and caribou. Interception of herd in feeding ground; Recovery of downed buck from the river; Encounters with large bulls after hunting.
- Drops. McGee, John // Bowhunter;Aug/Sept97, Vol. 26 Issue 6, p82
Presents an anecdote highlighting the problems that some hunters have with their wives.
- Short day with the sports. Fergus, Jim // Outdoor Life;Mar94, Vol. 193 Issue 3, p34
Relates the author's experience in accompanying four foreigners on a hunt. Objection against shooting on the ground on account of his dog's safety; Working on a coulee; Companion's violation of the rule against shooting on the ground; Author's resolve never to hunt again with unruly companions.
- Hunters, dogs and motels. Sparano, Vin T. // Outdoor Life;Apr94, Vol. 193 Issue 4, p8
Editorial. Narrates the author's experiences while hunting for pheasants in Kansas. Cold weather; Companions; Worry about effect of weather on hunting dogs; Recount of author's memories about the trip.
- Missing in action. Pearce, Michael // Outdoor Life;Sep94, Vol. 194 Issue 3, p66
Presents hunters' anecdotes about missed shots and mistakes in hunting. `Outdoor Life' writer Michael Pearce; Wildlife Legislative Fund of America executive director Rick Story; Jack Atcheson; `Outdoor Life' executive editor Gerald Bethge; Ray Eye; Bill Jordan; Jim Dougherty; Red Duke.
- Tangled up in bull. Morris, Joe // Outdoor Life;Oct94, Vol. 194 Issue 4, p110
Illustrates the author's real life hunting experience.
- An act of mercy. Sparano, Vin T. // Outdoor Life;Feb95, Vol. 195 Issue 2, p6
Asserts that hunting does not only mean killing game through the story of a hunter who cared for a deer he found in the woods.