Month: June 2020

Located in South Carolina, just a half-hour’s drive from the capital city of Columbia, Congaree National Park preserves the largest remaining old-growth bottomland forest in North America. Congaree isn’t exactly a swamp, because most of the time no standing water covers the floor, but the Congaree River floods the area about 10 times per year.
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Download our FREE Camping Checklist HERE: https://bit.ly/2BDQDm7 How many times have you gone camping and realized you forgot to bring half the things you actually need? Packing for a camping trip is definitely a little different than packing for an all inclusive vacation, so we’ve compiled a COMPLETE CAMPING CHECKLIST to share with you. This
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OutdoorHub Editor: Keenan Crow   06.29.20 This is our list of the five best hunting dog breeds you can hunt over. Did your gun dog make the list? I believe I speak for everyone here at OutdoorHub when I say we love dogs. They make excellent hunting companions, and in many cases, are a big part of
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For this Photo Tip of the Week, I want to lighten things up a bit yet still provide information that can up your photo game. The idea came to mind when I heard someone mention a tried but true, often used statement: There are two sides to every story. This got me thinking. Each of
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Photographers have always struggled with photographing high-contrast scenes often found at sunrise or sunset. High dynamic range, or HDR techniques can help you capture those scenes with greater detail and a “natural” look, if you use the technique properly. This image from Glacier National Park was shot with a Singh-Ray GND filter way before HDR
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The conversation around equity hasn’t stopped, and there’s more work to do. And we’ll help reward you for pitching in with us to advance diversity, inclusivity, accessibility, and justice — for everyone. We know we can’t go back to the status quo. Critical lessons around representation and equality — in the outdoors and beyond — must
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Congratulations to Beth Baker for winning the recent Pick A Color Assignment with the image, “Oregon Rainforest.” See more of Baker’s photography at www.bethbakerphotos.com.  View the winning image and a selection of submissions in the gallery below. And be sure to check out our current photography assignment here and enter your best shots! Winner: “Oregon Rainforest” By
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Here’s my food for 3 days (friday noon to sunday noon) and since I’m pulling my gear in a pulk I don’t really need to be concerned about weight. Soon as my scale resurfaces I’ll give the weight. Cascade Hangers – http://www.facebook.com/cascadehangers Discussion on hammockforums.net – http://www.hammockforums.net/forum/showthread.php/98193-Oregon-Winter-Yeti-Hang-2015
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OutdoorHub Editor: Keenan Crow   06.25.20 Birds of prey are opportunistic creatures who don’t mind getting their hands (or talons) a little dirty in order to score a meal. Like in this wild video, which shows what appears to be a barred owl swooping down and plucking a bluegill right out of a fisherman’s hand. When the
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Photo By A. Bender Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Huddled” by A. Bender. Location: Nagano, Japan. “An older female Japanese macaque, outcast from her troop for unknown reasons, huddles by herself against the freezing temperatures and falling snow.” Nikon D500, Tamron 100-400mm lens. Exposure: 1/640 sec., f/6.3, ISO 2500. Photo of the Day is
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In this bushcraft skills video I show you how to make a simple hobo handline or hobo reel for fishing. This is a great piece of kit for your bushcraft pack. It’s small, portable and lightweight. You only need minimal gear to make one and it’s a great bushcraft project for when your either out
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Make hiking fun for the whole family — even toddlers and babies! These are the best baby and child carriers for maximum comfort, value, and safety. Just because you have kids doesn’t mean you want to stop getting outside. In fact, hitting the trails is one of our favorite family activities. And finding the right
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Photo By Gary Sherman Today’s Photo Of The Day is “Einn Hestur” by Gary Sherman. Location: Hofn, Iceland. “A lone Icelandic horse grazes at low tide at the base of Vestrahorn Mountain in Hofn, Iceland,” describes Sherman. Canon EOS 5D Mark III. Exposure: 1/50 sec., f/10, ISO 100. Photo of the Day is chosen from
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0:16 – Set swag up 0:23 – Remove mattress and seal up 0:35 – Soak with water 1:12 – Wipe seams with cloth 1:26 – Leave to dry If you’ve bought a new swag, then you probably already know that you’ve got to season it before you take it for a spin. Seasoning is such
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OutdoorHub Editor: Keenan Crow   06.24.20 Alaskan authorities last week took the iconic ‘Into the Wild’ bus out of the wild for good. As part of a quietly organized joint operation between the Alaskan National Guard and the Alaska Department of Natural Resources, an Army National Guard Chinook helicopter removed the old Fairbanks city bus from its
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