Holly Endersby has been an award-winning outdoor writer for 25 years, working in newspaper, magazines, TV, and web-based magazines. She enjoys horse packing in wilderness areas, fishing, hunting, snow and water sports, yoga, and hiking. She was the first Conservation Director for Backcountry Hunters & Anglers.
Harney Basin is designated as one of the three most important areas in the West for birds to stop, rest, and feed before continuing on North.
Taxidermy makes visible reminders of what every hunter holds dear. Crafting unique animal displays is a hallmark of Dr. Dwight Curtis’s work.
Dr. Jane Bennet Munro’s extensive experience as a pathologist gives the stories in her books a ring of authenticity
By HOLLY ENDERSBY Whales breaching, sea lions bellowing, and bald eagles circling are part of everyday fishing in the salt waters of southeast Alaska. Farther… Read More »Tips for Booking the Best Alaska Fishing Trip
“Working the Wilderness” brilliantly tells about the people working in the Selway-Bitterroot country before and after wilderness designation.
We hunted the Minam River canyon in the Eagle Cap every October, never failing to find elk. Ten years later there’s a healthy ecosystem, a gin-clear river, yet a horribly maintained trail system.