Amateur Photographer Captures Grizzly Bear Chasing a Bison Down a Highway in Yellowstone
Grizzly Chases Bison Down Highway in Yellowstone Alex Wypyszinski, a retired professor and amateur photographer, shot this amazing series of photos of a grizzly bear chasing down an injured bison when he stopped to take photos of geysers in Yellowstone National Park in May. We got the story from the man behind the camera, who works at a post office in the park during the summers.
Read the story and see the photos here.
Leaping Barracuda Gashes Teen Girl’s Arm
Leaping Barracuda Gashes Teen Girl’s Arm Koral Wira, 14, was fishing with her parents and a friend near Venice, Fla., when a barracuda went for her dad’s bait and ended up biting her instead. Her dad, Rob Parker, submitted these photos and Wira told the story. Read the story and see the photos here.
Shed Hunter Finds Two Minnesota Record-Book Moose Locked After Battle to the Death
Shed Hunter Finds Two Record-Book Moose Locked After Battle to Death Moose shed hunter Tim Bradach of Gilbert, Minnesota, picked up the find of a lifetime last winter when he discovered the remains of two record-book bulls that died after locking horns in an epic fight to the death. Read the story and see the photos here.
Triple Tragedy: Three Ohio Bucks Found Drowned With Antlers Locked
Three Ohio Bucks Found Drowned With Antlers Locked WARNING: The photos in this gallery are graphic in nature and may disturb some readers, but we felt they were necessary to tell the story of this rare natural occurance. – The Eds To a hunter, it’s a stomach-tightening, bizarre sight. At the same time, it’s a stark example of the potential ferocity and brutality of the whitetail rut. These three Ohio bucks somehow locked antlers while battling near a small creek. When one deer slid into a shallow pool, it sealed the fate for all three, who drowned together, antlers still locked. Steve Hill talked to the men who found and recovered the deer and their combined 400-inches of antler to bring you the story of this sad, almost poetic scene. Read the story and see the photos here.
Goliath Returns: New Shots of Freakish Colorado Springs Mule Deer
Goliath Returns: New Photos of Freakish Colorado Springs Mule Deer Goliath returned! The legendary suburban mule deer that took up residence last summer on the grounds of a Colorado Springs construction company was spotted again late in the year chasing does and racking saplings. Field & Stream got the story–and the photographs–that showed what the buck with the freak-nasty horns and a penchant for peeking in office windows had been up to. Read the story and see the photos here.
Possible State-Record Buck Found Dead in Clinton, Michigan
Possible State-Record Buck Found Dead in Michigan This 240-class buck found dead on a 10-acre property west of Clinton, Michigan, on Feb. 7 was potentially the highest-scoring whitetail ever recorded in the state’s record book. The 26-pointer boasted 31-inch main beams and a 28 6/8-inch inside spread. This was truly the story of a fallen monster.
Read the story and see the photos here.
Three Gigantic Gators Killed In One Week in South Carolina & Georgia
Three Gigantic Gators Killed in One Week Southern waters yielded three 13-foot alligators in a six-day span last fall. The hunters bagged each with different equipment, methods and motivations and all experienced different outcomes. Read the story and see the photos here.
Ohio German Shepherd Sniffs Out a Record-Book Rack
Ohio German Shepherd Sniffs Out Record Rack A German Shepherd named Sweetie led her owner to a 29-point whitetail that will rank as the fifth largest buck in Ohio and 31st in the world. Read the story and see the photos here.
A Slow-Motion Disaster: Photos From The Louisiana Oil Spill
A Slow-Motion Disaster: Photos From The Louisiana Oil Spill A few days after the Deepwater Horizon sank beneath the waves and millions of gallons of sweet Louisiana crude started pouring into the Gulf of Mexico, Field & Stream asked photographer and FlyTalk blogger Tim Romano and Conservationist blogger Hal Herring to drop everything and head for the coast to cover the unfolding disaster. Read the story and see the photos here.
Wisconsin Angler Lands Potential World-Record Brown in Lake Michigan
Angler Lands Potential World-Record Brown in Lake Michigan Roger Hellen likely set a new world record when he hauled this 41-pound, 8-ounce brown trout from Lake Michigan Friday July, 16, during the 35th annual Salmon-A-Rama Sportfishing Tournament in Racine, Wisconsin. Hellen (right, with fishing partner Joe Miller) boated the big brown while trolling off Wind Point, north of Racine. Read the story and see the photos here.
From monster bucks and the best handguns for hunters to 1,000 pound gators and the aftermath of the BP oil spill, we covered the biggest stories in the outdoors in 2010. Here’s a collection of your 20 favorites of the bunch.