In this Episode (096) of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy and his crew discuss how hunters can engage in elections and politics as informed voters. Included is a half hour interview with US Senator Jon Tester. Topics covered include mid-term elections, chameleon candidates, competing priorities when voting, party relevance, trustworthy sources, contacting elected leaders, voting matters, being informed, accountability from those you voted for, trends in politicization, what they say v. what they've done, LWCF, public land funding, and a host of other hunting and access issues swirling around in this election season.
In this episode of Leupold's Hunt Talk Radio, Randy and friends are podcasting from their bison camp in the Henry Mountains of southern Utah. Joining Randy are his crew members, Marcus and Dan, previous guest JR Young, and friend Ray White. Randy drew one of two non-resident archery bison tags and the day prior to this podcast filled his tag with a big bull bison. Topics covered include bison hunting, processing a one-ton animal, good luck rules, easy packouts, bison as the sacrificial lamb for conservation, history of bison, genesis of US conservation, strange cuts only from a bison, chefs in hunting camps, and other topics of food and conservation.
In this episode of Leupold's Hunt Talk radio, Randy is joined by Jim Heffelfinger, wildlife science coordinator for Arizona Game & Fish. Topics covered include migration corridors, science for wildlife management, mule deer issues, habitat versus predation, Mexican wolves, ESA, restoring threatened and endangered species, coues deer, deer and more deer, Arizona opportunity hunts, and many topics related to science of game management.