We’ve all been there, come home from an outdoor adventure and looked through the photos we took and shook our head in disappointment. So this week I’m excited to have Texas Parks & Wildlife Magazine Chief Photographer Earl Nottingham join the broadcast to give us some tips on how to make our photos more captivating. You don’t need an expensive fancy camera in order to take some stellar photos! (Photo by Earl Nottingham)
Pulsar Night Vision American Operations President James Sellers drops in and we discuss the history of night vision and thermal imaging technology and their place in the current hog or predator hunter’s arsenal. Less than a decade ago the price point on these such units meant most hunters couldn’t afford them, but things have changed and they are now more accessible for the everyday outdoorsman. With hog depredation at an all time high across the Southern United States, hunters are using night vision and thermal scopes to help control the ever increasing feral hog population as well as help remove excess predators from the landscape- plus its loads of fun! (James and I with Pulsar Apex XD50A Thermal Scope)
We wrap things up checking in with Allison Sutton of Legend Working Dogs. Allison has a passion to introduce more young women into hunting and handling hunting dogs. In a male dominated profession and community, Allison takes pride in the success she’s experienced and hopes to help empower the future generation of females to pursue their dreams in the outdoor industry or otherwise.