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  • 02 Nov 2013
    November 7-10th, 2013   Julie A. Mogenis aka The Judge is partnering up for an awesome upcoming event, hosted by LoneStarRanch of Harper, Texas. Mrs. Bambi Harrell has an amazing story of overcoming adversity and found The Judge’s “Day in the Life” video and was inspired by the story. These two wonderful ladies are now teaming up to make an eventful weekend for children with terminal illness. These children are so strong in their individual battles and Lone Star Ranch offers complimentary hunts for hope for these wonderful and inspirational children. The owner of Lone Star Ranch strives to create a safe haven for these children and their families to come and escape the day by day reality of their valiant fight for their lives. Special appearances:   Please visit: http://www.lonestarranchhunts.com/HUNTS-FOR-HOPE-VIDEO.html for more details.   We are asking anyone that is inspired by these wonderful children to call the Lone Star Ranch or World Wild Adventures to find out how you can help. Be a benefactor. Be a  sponsor.   #BeEpic     Lone Star Ranch: (830) 990-9500 or Bambi@lonestarranchhunts.com   World Wild Adventures: (800) 229-6789 or bvacho@gmail.com
    1096 Posted by Chris Avena
  • November 7-10th, 2013   Julie A. Mogenis aka The Judge is partnering up for an awesome upcoming event, hosted by LoneStarRanch of Harper, Texas. Mrs. Bambi Harrell has an amazing story of overcoming adversity and found The Judge’s “Day in the Life” video and was inspired by the story. These two wonderful ladies are now teaming up to make an eventful weekend for children with terminal illness. These children are so strong in their individual battles and Lone Star Ranch offers complimentary hunts for hope for these wonderful and inspirational children. The owner of Lone Star Ranch strives to create a safe haven for these children and their families to come and escape the day by day reality of their valiant fight for their lives. Special appearances:   Please visit: http://www.lonestarranchhunts.com/HUNTS-FOR-HOPE-VIDEO.html for more details.   We are asking anyone that is inspired by these wonderful children to call the Lone Star Ranch or World Wild Adventures to find out how you can help. Be a benefactor. Be a  sponsor.   #BeEpic     Lone Star Ranch: (830) 990-9500 or Bambi@lonestarranchhunts.com   World Wild Adventures: (800) 229-6789 or bvacho@gmail.com
    Nov 02, 2013 1096
  • 30 Apr 2013
                                             BREAKING NEWS   Judge julie Mogenis has received some encouraging news from her physicians and will be integrating some "ground work" or light duty back into her schedule. Although she will initially be delegating some hosting to the Adventure Pros, the Judge has wasted no time in her zest to "get the show on the road". Watch for her as she revs up the PR    She is already planning some explosive episodes for her show World Wild Adventures for this coming season. There is some great unseen 2012 big game footage to be aired in two upcoming series and.....the  World Wild Adventure Team is anxiously standing by with Parachutes on - ready to jump on a plane at a moments notice for their next adventure. Destination, unknown. Adventure, unknown.   It is rumored that Judge Julie will be in Huston this week for the NRA Convention to speak with new sponsors and to a New Celebrity Pro-Staff Member! Stand by for Further Updates!!
    1052 Posted by Chris Avena
  •                                          BREAKING NEWS   Judge julie Mogenis has received some encouraging news from her physicians and will be integrating some "ground work" or light duty back into her schedule. Although she will initially be delegating some hosting to the Adventure Pros, the Judge has wasted no time in her zest to "get the show on the road". Watch for her as she revs up the PR    She is already planning some explosive episodes for her show World Wild Adventures for this coming season. There is some great unseen 2012 big game footage to be aired in two upcoming series and.....the  World Wild Adventure Team is anxiously standing by with Parachutes on - ready to jump on a plane at a moments notice for their next adventure. Destination, unknown. Adventure, unknown.   It is rumored that Judge Julie will be in Huston this week for the NRA Convention to speak with new sponsors and to a New Celebrity Pro-Staff Member! Stand by for Further Updates!!
    Apr 30, 2013 1052
  • 15 Oct 2012
    It takes away all the nuisances of the day. It filters out the garbage that I don't need in order to live a healthy, somewhat, normal life. If they weren't in my life, I often wonder where I'd be. Things wouldn't fall into place and my days would be more chaotic. It transcends my spirit and makes things right with the world.   The connection made with the earth/water and my soul cannot be matched. If everyone could just get outside a few times a week even for a half hour at a time, this world would be a better place, calmer and at a slower pace. Time seems to be slipping right through our fingertips.   Taking your child hunting, fishing or camping and teaching them there is another world/place outside of school, computers, events and video games. Teach them to slow down, take in what nature has to offer.Observe the colors, scents, sounds. Appreciate what God has given to us and to souls.   It nourishes us in a way that nothing else can. Best of all it's cheap or even free and it has natural healing powers, not just physically but also mentally. Studies show connection with nature can help with depression, anxiety and overall good physical health. Nature calls us. It calls us to participate, to be involved. "Get back to nature" was a catch phrase a few years back and still holds true today.   This is especially true for women. So many times women think they only belong at home, work or the mall. Well there is another place that women are welcome and encouraged to be, the great outdoors. A wonderful place that all belong.So grab a friend or go it alone, but open up that door again and you may be surprised at how wonderful you feel.
    640 Posted by WomenHunt Too
  • It takes away all the nuisances of the day. It filters out the garbage that I don't need in order to live a healthy, somewhat, normal life. If they weren't in my life, I often wonder where I'd be. Things wouldn't fall into place and my days would be more chaotic. It transcends my spirit and makes things right with the world.   The connection made with the earth/water and my soul cannot be matched. If everyone could just get outside a few times a week even for a half hour at a time, this world would be a better place, calmer and at a slower pace. Time seems to be slipping right through our fingertips.   Taking your child hunting, fishing or camping and teaching them there is another world/place outside of school, computers, events and video games. Teach them to slow down, take in what nature has to offer.Observe the colors, scents, sounds. Appreciate what God has given to us and to souls.   It nourishes us in a way that nothing else can. Best of all it's cheap or even free and it has natural healing powers, not just physically but also mentally. Studies show connection with nature can help with depression, anxiety and overall good physical health. Nature calls us. It calls us to participate, to be involved. "Get back to nature" was a catch phrase a few years back and still holds true today.   This is especially true for women. So many times women think they only belong at home, work or the mall. Well there is another place that women are welcome and encouraged to be, the great outdoors. A wonderful place that all belong.So grab a friend or go it alone, but open up that door again and you may be surprised at how wonderful you feel.
    Oct 15, 2012 640
  • 25 Sep 2012
    Lady Hunters: THE HUNT IS ON for the 2012 PRÓIS AWARD WINNER! by Mia Anstine Ladies, take a minute. This is your chance to share what you do in the outdoor world and win!!! THE HUNT IS OFFICIALLY ON FOR THE 2012 PRÓIS AWARD WINNER! Send Your Story Into Próis Hunting & Field Apparel for a Chance to Win a Hunt of a Lifetime Are you the type of huntress [...] Read more of this post
    1783 Posted by Mia Anstine
  • Lady Hunters: THE HUNT IS ON for the 2012 PRÓIS AWARD WINNER! by Mia Anstine Ladies, take a minute. This is your chance to share what you do in the outdoor world and win!!! THE HUNT IS OFFICIALLY ON FOR THE 2012 PRÓIS AWARD WINNER! Send Your Story Into Próis Hunting & Field Apparel for a Chance to Win a Hunt of a Lifetime Are you the type of huntress [...] Read more of this post
    Sep 25, 2012 1783
  • 02 Sep 2012
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    797 Posted by Neil Hoefs
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    Sep 02, 2012 797
  • 30 Aug 2012
    Excellent show: Skull Bound TV by Mia Anstine My weekdays are primarily shared between the Little Gal and work so on the weekend I do my best to get outdoors. I don't watch TV often, but last winter I did get to catch an episode of a friend/fellow Prois Staffer's show on the Sportsman's Channel which I really enjoyed.http://www.skullboundtv.com/ I first met Jana [...] Read more of this post
    946 Posted by Mia Anstine
  • Excellent show: Skull Bound TV by Mia Anstine My weekdays are primarily shared between the Little Gal and work so on the weekend I do my best to get outdoors. I don't watch TV often, but last winter I did get to catch an episode of a friend/fellow Prois Staffer's show on the Sportsman's Channel which I really enjoyed.http://www.skullboundtv.com/ I first met Jana [...] Read more of this post
    Aug 30, 2012 946
  • 25 Jul 2012
    6th Annual Special Needs Horseback Ride by Mia Anstine I am proud to be a part of WCO, Wolf Creek Outfitters, Inc. We feel it is important to give back to the community. We offer a horseback ride each year to the Special Needs children of our community. This year's ride was as wonderful as the past. We had plenty of help and were [...] Read more of this post
    774 Posted by Mia Anstine
  • 6th Annual Special Needs Horseback Ride by Mia Anstine I am proud to be a part of WCO, Wolf Creek Outfitters, Inc. We feel it is important to give back to the community. We offer a horseback ride each year to the Special Needs children of our community. This year's ride was as wonderful as the past. We had plenty of help and were [...] Read more of this post
    Jul 25, 2012 774
  • 17 Jul 2012
    Making Dreams Come True – Wolf Creek Outfitters, Inc. & Flexible Flyers take disabled boy whitewater rafting by Mia Anstine Here at Wolf Creek Outfitters, Inc. July is a month of "Giving back" to others. We were happy to participate in the Jicarilla 4-H Horse Camp earlier this month, and now we have been blessed by the visit of a group of near and dear friends from San Diego, California. We have been trying to get [...] Read more of this post
    667 Posted by Mia Anstine
  • Making Dreams Come True – Wolf Creek Outfitters, Inc. & Flexible Flyers take disabled boy whitewater rafting by Mia Anstine Here at Wolf Creek Outfitters, Inc. July is a month of "Giving back" to others. We were happy to participate in the Jicarilla 4-H Horse Camp earlier this month, and now we have been blessed by the visit of a group of near and dear friends from San Diego, California. We have been trying to get [...] Read more of this post
    Jul 17, 2012 667
  • 14 Jul 2012
    WCO – 2012 Jicarilla 4-H Horse Camp by Mia Anstine Wolf Creek Outfitters, Inc. was proud to be a part of the annual Jicarilla 4-H Horse Camp in Dulce, New Mexico. The camp is offered to kids in hopes to uplift them as well as the community. The tribe has a high incidence of suicide and substance abuse so they have designed the camp to [...] Read more of this post
    768 Posted by Mia Anstine
  • WCO – 2012 Jicarilla 4-H Horse Camp by Mia Anstine Wolf Creek Outfitters, Inc. was proud to be a part of the annual Jicarilla 4-H Horse Camp in Dulce, New Mexico. The camp is offered to kids in hopes to uplift them as well as the community. The tribe has a high incidence of suicide and substance abuse so they have designed the camp to [...] Read more of this post
    Jul 14, 2012 768
  • 22 Jun 2011
    The state Department of Conservation has begun a two-year effort to determine how many black bears are living in Missouri following an increase in sightings in recent years. ST. LOUIS (AP) — The state Department of Conservation has begun a two-year effort to determine how many black bears are living in Missouri following an increase in sightings in recent years. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported Thursday that biologists have been tracking the bears in 11 counties in far southern Missouri since last fall. The animals apparently are migrating to Missouri from Arkansas, which imported black bears from Minnesota four decades ago. Missouri's chief biologist, Jeff Beringer, uses doughnuts to bait large steel traps. When the bears go inside the traps, a grate slams shut. Sightings and anecdotal tales make it clear that the population is growing, he said, but nobody has any idea how many are out there. "It's like walking up to a two-acre pond and saying, 'How many bass are in there?''' Beringer said. "That's about where we are at estimating bears.'' So far, the crew has caught and released 49 bears, including five on Tuesday in Howell and Oregon counties, north of the Arkansas border. Thirty of them have been equipped with GPS collars, allowing the study group to track their travels and locate their dens. Beringer and his crew are counting the bears in far southern Missouri, where the hilly wooded Ozarks provide perfect bear habitat. Next year, the group will go to 12 southeastern counties, stretching north into Jefferson and Franklin counties. When a bear is found, it is sedated for about an hour so workers can attach the collars. The crew has been monitoring 25 traps daily. Beringer said the traps are set deep in the woods on ridgetops, the better to allow doughnut aroma to waft through the trees. Like most people, bears love doughnuts, Beringer said. "Bears go right for them,'' he said. "If you live on bugs and acorns, a doughnut is delicious.'' The project also has rigged 375 "hair snare'' locations throughout the study area. Fish-oil bait is ringed by barbed wire and when bears brush against them they leave bits of fur. A graduate student assistant from the University of Missouri at Columbia will pluck the samples for a DNA study. The bear project is a collaboration between the state, the University of Missouri and Mississippi State University. The scientists will estimate the bear population when they gather enough data. "Clearly, the population is on the increase,'' Beringer said. "We don't want them to be so abundant that they become a nuisance. The first thing is to get a handle on how many there are.'' Black bears almost always run away when they encounter people, unless a mother bear believes her cubs are in danger. There is no record of a black bear hurting anyone in the state. Conservation agents say people should not feed bears, or leave food around that bears can get because they will come back for more. When they start to expect handouts, they can become a nuisance. Beringer said Missouri may someday allow bear hunting, which it has prohibited for decades. Arkansas, with an estimated bear population of about 3,500, has allowed limited hunting since 1980. Population estimates nationwide run around 200,000 black bears, most of them in mountain states east and west.
    891 Posted by Chris Avena
  • The state Department of Conservation has begun a two-year effort to determine how many black bears are living in Missouri following an increase in sightings in recent years. ST. LOUIS (AP) — The state Department of Conservation has begun a two-year effort to determine how many black bears are living in Missouri following an increase in sightings in recent years. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported Thursday that biologists have been tracking the bears in 11 counties in far southern Missouri since last fall. The animals apparently are migrating to Missouri from Arkansas, which imported black bears from Minnesota four decades ago. Missouri's chief biologist, Jeff Beringer, uses doughnuts to bait large steel traps. When the bears go inside the traps, a grate slams shut. Sightings and anecdotal tales make it clear that the population is growing, he said, but nobody has any idea how many are out there. "It's like walking up to a two-acre pond and saying, 'How many bass are in there?''' Beringer said. "That's about where we are at estimating bears.'' So far, the crew has caught and released 49 bears, including five on Tuesday in Howell and Oregon counties, north of the Arkansas border. Thirty of them have been equipped with GPS collars, allowing the study group to track their travels and locate their dens. Beringer and his crew are counting the bears in far southern Missouri, where the hilly wooded Ozarks provide perfect bear habitat. Next year, the group will go to 12 southeastern counties, stretching north into Jefferson and Franklin counties. When a bear is found, it is sedated for about an hour so workers can attach the collars. The crew has been monitoring 25 traps daily. Beringer said the traps are set deep in the woods on ridgetops, the better to allow doughnut aroma to waft through the trees. Like most people, bears love doughnuts, Beringer said. "Bears go right for them,'' he said. "If you live on bugs and acorns, a doughnut is delicious.'' The project also has rigged 375 "hair snare'' locations throughout the study area. Fish-oil bait is ringed by barbed wire and when bears brush against them they leave bits of fur. A graduate student assistant from the University of Missouri at Columbia will pluck the samples for a DNA study. The bear project is a collaboration between the state, the University of Missouri and Mississippi State University. The scientists will estimate the bear population when they gather enough data. "Clearly, the population is on the increase,'' Beringer said. "We don't want them to be so abundant that they become a nuisance. The first thing is to get a handle on how many there are.'' Black bears almost always run away when they encounter people, unless a mother bear believes her cubs are in danger. There is no record of a black bear hurting anyone in the state. Conservation agents say people should not feed bears, or leave food around that bears can get because they will come back for more. When they start to expect handouts, they can become a nuisance. Beringer said Missouri may someday allow bear hunting, which it has prohibited for decades. Arkansas, with an estimated bear population of about 3,500, has allowed limited hunting since 1980. Population estimates nationwide run around 200,000 black bears, most of them in mountain states east and west.
    Jun 22, 2011 891
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