Spring is a difficult time for bears. They’re awake, hungry and there isn’t a hell of a lot to eat. I’m sure they feel a lot like you before your morning coffee. Spring bear encounters are even more dangerous because there may be cubs and mama bears are notoriously protective.
Camping always has risks, from accidentally sleeping in poison ivy to encountering the local bears on a trail. That shouldn’t stop you from enjoying a holiday outdoors, especially with your canine companion. Here are our six favorite tips to help your family pet safe out on your next adventure.
If you can secure the right chair then it can make a huge difference when going on a camping trip. There’s certainly plenty of options out there. So, with that in mind, here’s a look at some of the best chairs to take on your next camping adventure.
Ticks are gross - let's keep those ticks off you and your pets. Here's some natural DIY tick repellents which are based on science and actually work.
The praying mantis may appear to be a pious, retiring sort of creature. But looks are certainly deceiving as the mantis is a vicious, capable killer. There are many reasons to love a mantis, and these are just a few of our favorites.
As far as hiking boots are concerned, the waterproof variety will almost always cost more than its non-waterproof counterparts.