Waterfowl (ducks, geese, and swans) are among North America’s most recognizable birds
Whether one is hunter, birder, or overall wildlife watcher, now is the time to pay attention to waterfowl arriving in our region for the winter.
Herald outdoors columnist Bob Kornegay writes about the plant life that outdoorsmen often take for granted.
Bob Kornegay’s weekly outdoors column
Herald outdoor columnist Bob Kornegay writes about hunts that many deem failures after animals scurry away.
There are three simple rules for basic deer hunting success: Find deer, break up the hunter’s outline, and keep still.
Herald outdoors columnist Bob Kornegay writes about an experience he had eight years ago with a near-perfect whitetail deer.
Herald outdoors columnist Bob Kornegay writes about Pinellas County, Fla., and how pleasant it can be from an off-the-beaten-path outdoorsman’s viewpoint.
Herald outdoors columnist Bob Kornegay writes about squirrel hunting and his annual adventures with the pastime.
There is more to the appearance of deer than mere aesthetic beauty. Most aspects of their distinctive look are adaptations geared to ensure survival and successful reproduction.
Herald outdoors columnist Bob Kornegay writes how he no longer has stamina for cold weather.
Our ubiquitous panfish species, often considered springtime and early summer fishes to be sought primarily when area waters first begin to warm up, can often become quite active as the fall season deepens.