Alex Arcario

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Top 10 Colleges for Outdoor Enthusiasts

This one’s for you earthy spirits and tree-huggers who proudly strut in your Chacos & Patagonia fleece sweatshirts regardless of the season. We know …

Hiking

Outdoor Life’s New “Cast-Iron Chef” Wild Game Blog Will Make You a Better Butcher and Cook

At OL, we provide plenty of advice about how to hunt and fish. That includes every step from preparation to execution, and the best gear to get you …

Beyond Birding by Ear: Understanding Bird Alarm Calls

One of the most satisfying aspects of birding can be learning to identify the songs and calls of different bird species. Beyond identifying bird …

How Do I Choose the Right Sleeping Bag?

<i>A:</i><p>Buy the wrong sleeping bag and you’ll have lots of sleepless time in a tent to regret your decision. Buy the right one and you’ll sleep better than you do at home. Here are five tips to help you choose wisely.<p>Always Go Warmer<p>Temperature ratings are pretty accurate, but they don’t account for …

Florida's Pristine Parks: Biscayne National Park

Travel<p>Get more out of your Biscayne National Park visit by exploring must-see parks, preserves, and refuges nearby.<p>Biscayne National Park is the largest marine park in the National Park System. Since most of Biscayne’s 173,000 acres are in Biscayne Bay and the Atlantic Ocean, traveling by boat is …

National Parks

Camping Gear Reviews | Best Camping Gear 2018

Warding off mosquitoes is serious business in some parts of the world. For the sake...<p>April 23, 2012<p>Most reviews don’t need to start with a history …

4 Up-and-Coming Hunting Dog Breeds You Should Know About

Every breed of working dog known to man was developed to fulfill a specific need, and hunting was a primary driver in the birth of many breeds. …

Hunting

A scientist found a bird that hadn’t been seen in half a century, then killed it. Here’s why.

For Christopher Filardi of the American Museum of Natural History, there is nothing like the thrill of finding a mysterious species. Such animals live at the intersection of myth and biology — tantalizing researchers with the prospect that they may be real, but eluding trustworthy documentation and …