As a species, humans have their own cold-weather coping mechanisms, but they're nothing like the ones wild animals have to rely on during these cold winter nights.
Outdoors columnist D.S. Pledger takes on the growing image crisis facing modern hunters.
Ted Peck hit the ice with the host of Sportsman Channel's Tom Gruenwald, host of "Tom Gruenwald Outdoors."
It might seem impossible for small animals to survive Wisconsin winters, but the insulated subnivean layer makes it easier than one might think.
Finding success on an ice-fishing trip first requires finding the fish, which means patience is of the utmost importance.
Outdoors columnist Ted Peck got out on the waters off the coast of Baja California to watch migrating whales.
With the Sand County Almanac as his inspiration, D.S. Pledger ventured outdoors after the area's warm-up from subzero temperatures.
The deep snow and frigid temperatures of the last few weeks could put heavy stress on the state's deer population.
The weekend warmup gives state anglers a better chance at landing some fish.
Big Green Lake, the deepest inland lake in the state, is locked up and ready for the lake trout season.