By Mark Kenyon

Happy Friday folks! As we try to do everything week, we’ve rounded up the top hunting blog posts from across the web for your reading pleasure. Take a look at the links below, enjoy and have a great weekend!

Is it Time to Rethink the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation? – Outdoor Life: A very interesting article looking at the seven major tenants of the NA Model of Wildlife Conservation and how we might want to consider updating some aspects of those for the 21st century.

Are You Growing Too Many Does? – Whitetail Habitat Solutions: Could your habitat work be resulting in having too many does?

Newsflash for Wildlife Biologists: It’s Time to Quit “Counting Deer” – Open Country: An interesting look at the role wildlife biologists have played in the past, and how that might need to change in the future.

Public Lands Changed the Way I Hunt – TRCP Blog: A look at the power of public lands.

How Accurate Are State Deer Harvest Estimates? – Big Buck Zone: My most recent piece for Outdoor Life, I examined how states estimate deer harvests and how accurate they actually are.

Welcome to the Hunt Gather Talk Podcast! – Hunter Angler Gardener Cook: Past podcast guest and friend of Wired To Hunt Hank Shaw has launched his own podcast. Give his first episode a listen for great wild cooking/butchering advice.

3 Factors to Help You Determine and Increase your Ethical Bowunting Range – The Game Changers: Looking to extend your maximum effective range with archery equipment? Read this article.

Don’t Ever Forget – Nine Finger Chronicles: An important reminder from Mr. Dan Johnson.