Outdoors Lifes Archive

The Venturing Phenomenon: from caving to life-size video games, there always plenty to explore

Members of the BSA’s Venturing program get to do a lot of different things. Some activities like tomahawk throwing, shooting sports and fly-fishing teach Scouting skills. Others, like a life-size Angry Birds game, are just for fun.

Factors that Determine and Distinguish the Reflective and Non-reflective Targets

Hunting is no mean feat. It requires you to accurately identify your target and shoot only when you are confident that you will hit the target. For you to accomplish this venture hassle-free, you, by all means,

Hunting Bees Live In the Forest

Among the species of wild bees (honeybees, bee tiger face, hornets ...), the tiger is a species of bee’s most striping data. Some people call them the wasp or bee the demons are not wrong. Mr. Jenny,

Caving adventures with Dawn

"Finding new life in caves is my most favorite aspect of caving," Dawn says. Caves introduce many life forms to their visitors. Dawn sees plenty of life in the caves she explores. Puerto Rico's Cueva de las Culebrones,

Heading down under: ventures beneath the earth’s crust

Caving is an invigorating sport that allows participants to explore pristine areas rarely visited by humans. Cavers should wear old clothes, headlamps, knee pads, gloves, helmets and hiking boots. One woman’s experiences exploring a cave with a

Go-light: enjoy high mobility plus comfort

SUCCESSFUL HUNTING TRIPS often come down to careful planning and mobility. Whether you're hunting public land close to home or have journeyed halfway across the country for a high-mountain adventure, the ability to make quick course corrections