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On Aug. 21, the skies above a nearly 100-mile swath of Kentucky will darken as that portion of the Commonwealth experiences a total solar eclipse more

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Today’s Bernheim Forest is designed to regenerate itself—and the spirits of its visitors more

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Early restoration work laid the foundation for the success that the state's turkey program enjoys today more

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Winter in Kentucky is both a calendar date and a state of mind. more

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The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources annually hosts two, three-day workshops on Becoming an Outdoors Woman. more

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One advantage to bass fishing in February is lack of competition. There is only one other boat in sight more

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It’s taken nearly a century, but fire ants have finally arrived in Kentucky. more

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Anyone can be a bird watcher more

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Meet the chefs that make Kentucky State Parks' dining experiences deliciously memorable more

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Game and fish are the original organic, free-range foods (plus a recipe for squirrel stew!) more

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Muzzleloaders retain a following among Kentucky hunters more

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When water adventures are not of the fishing sort more

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Miles of relief from the summertime sauna are found in Kentucky's cool, fish-holding waters more

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Kentucky State Parks’ annual scavenger hunt puts families on the path to adventure more

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The squirrel woods used to be the place where young hunters honed their woodsmanship skills, which are not unrelated to life skills. more

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December 18, 2017

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December 19, 2017