Random Acts of Chukar

It's a small world, after all. Leslie and I spent last weekend downstream in Hell's Canyon. I was excited by the idea there would be loads of chukar there since it's similar terrain and elevation to the Main Salmon, where we did find loads of birds. Alas, we did not find loads of chukar there, … Continue reading

Chukar Spaces

It's rare in life to be embraced warmly by the unexpected, or at least in my life it's been rare. Now that we're "old people," I think I'm more attuned to the expectation that things shouldn't change very dramatically, but this seems dramatic somehow. It's not so much that I'm thrilled my wife … Continue reading

It’s an Upland Thing

Some of you might have seen this already, but the good guys at Project Upland asked if I'd be willing to write something about chukar hunting for their website. If you're not familiar with them already, it's an impressive operation of ardent upland folks devoted to preserving and celebrating the … Continue reading