If you own a gun, or want to own a gun, this initiative will either educate or refresh you on safe gun owning practices.
The WON’s publisher’s, Barbara Baird’s blog.
There’s a lot more to hunting than tagging an animal. Find out why Babbs appreciates her hunting buddy, Marti, in all seasons.
It’s that time of year again! Time to hunt for sheds. Find out tips and tactics, and also, read some entertaining stories from people who know how to hunt ’em.
Nikki Goeser describes the events in her book, “Denied a Chance: How gun control helped a stalker murder my husband.”
Find out what happened at SHOT Show 2016, especially in regard to women in the shooting, hunting and outdoor trade industries.
Babbs in the Woods makes an easy pinecone craft with one of her favorite toddlers.
Check out what Babbs found for Christmas gifts in some of the leading conservation organizations.
A leading crow expert reveals some findings from his research that will help you in the woods, whether you are hunting, hiking or birding.
Find out what happened on this girlfriend getaway in the Ozarks, thanks to Ruger and the women who visited our Babbs and who brought guns.
Babbs asks why an important factor in the incident involving an Indiana duck hunter and her dog has gone unreported.
Babbs went up high to get the down low on BASE jumping off and on the New River Bridge in West Virginia.
This is one of those real-life stories that might later appear on the Hallmark or Lifetime channel. Meet Jenifer Adams and Norissa Harman, the women of Girls with Guns Clothing.
We found a few options for the guy who might want to wear camo when he’s not hunting.
Don’t be shy. Get out there and ask for permission to hunt on private land. It’s worth it, and who knows? You may just make a new friend or two along the way.
Find out what Babbs learned when she toured the RMEF’s Elk Country Visitor Center in Missoula, Mont.
The Sportsmen’s Alliance has teamed up with some of America’s best female hunters, to spread the word that we stand proud on our hunting heritage.
It was a night to remember, when we cleaned up for the Big Shot Ball!
Barbara Baird and Stacy Bright chat, on episode #10 of The Women’s Outdoor News podcast, about news, reviews and stories that surround women who are living lives full of outdoor adventure. The women touch on Downton Abbey at the Shooting Industry Masters, why you should try log rolling and answer a question about the federal duck stamp.
Hey! The numbers show that more women than ever are fishing, and trying fishing for the first time! Find out how you can learn to cast a line, thanks to the Take Me Fishing organization.
Babbs in the Woods: Barbara Baird shares 5 things that she learned about the great outdoors from softball.