Project Upland, in our continued effort to serve our community in new and innovative ways while seeking to lower the barriers of entry into upland hunting, is pleased to publish PROJECTUPLAND.COM ON THE GO. In order to make our content easier to access in more diverse ways, we now publish audio versions of our growing library of online written content. It is our hope that, by creating a new pathway to access the materials we produce, we strengthen our community and bring it closer together.
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Articles narrated by Justin Spencer - https://www.justinspenceractor.com
Chukar Hunting Gear List: Clothing, Shot Sizes, Chokes, and Vests
If you want to be a chukar hunter, start with gear and clothing suited for the rugged terrain and the birds who live there
The Fabarm Autumn: A Shotgun Overview
If you have been searching for that "one," that Holy Grail gun, don’t overlook the Fabarm Autumn; it will likely surprise you.
Duck Hunting Tactics for Low-Action States
I've learned why West Virginia isn’t a bucket list state for waterfowlers. Still, I learned a few things from those mistakes and few successes that have translated into tactics necessary for hunting ducks in the best places the Mountain State provides for waterfowl hunting: small bodies of water.
Browning Superposed: A Shotgun Overview
A hunter finds a connection to hunting tradition through the history of a classic over-under shotgun
A Beginner’s Guide to Dressing for Upland Hunting
Through trial and error, acknowledging the difficulty of finding the right fit in women's clothing, the author has put together this guide for the bird-hunting newcomer
Lesser Prairie-Chicken ESA Listing Proposal Highlights Unmet Goals, Need for Voluntary Private Land Management
It's one of the most dreaded announcements a North American government agency can make: a species has been proposed to be listed under the Endangered Species Act. The announcement that the lesser prairie-chicken had been suggested by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to be re-listed was painful but not unexpected. According to the USFWS, it's estimated that the species’ range has been reduced by as much as 90% from its historic dispersal.
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It’s so nice to have the opportunity to take in all of the Project Upland articles via audio since I don’t get much time to sit down and read. Thanks for providing this option!
Best upland podcast
Educational, well put together, diverse on the topic. Hands down the best upland podcast.