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Outdoors Just For Kids
So you thought there was nothing to know about turkeys except whether you liked drumsticks or white meat. Think again. Here are eight facts about the big wild birds.
This may sound like a story better told around Halloween, but did you know that there is a deer that lives in Afghanistan that has big fangs?
In nature, being loud can be trouble, especially if you are a frog.
Just because you are little doesn’t mean you can’t carry a heavy backpack, just ask an ant.
Ever heard of a BOFFFF?
Montana’s deer and elk rifle season opens Saturday so you may see more people driving down the highway with bright orange coats, vests or hats on.
Imagine going to the gym where your parents exercise and seeing a mountain lion on a treadmill. Crazy, right? Yet researchers were able to train some captive mountain lions in Colorado to walk on treadmills for a study.
It’s fun to wear costumes on Halloween and go door-to-door collecting free candy. Sometimes when you dress up, even people you know don’t recognize you.
Have you ever heard anyone say they were going Cervidae hunting? Probably not, but that’s the scientific name for the deer family.
Grizzly bears that live in Yellowstone National Park can get big. Males can weigh up to 700 pounds and that’s equal to the weight of two big pro football players. Female grizzly bears typically weigh between 200 to 400 pounds.