This is my first Way Outside cartoon for Kansas Wildlife & Parks magazine. July/August 1998. If my math is right…and it sometimes isn’t…2022 will start my twenty-fourth year working with this wonderful publication. I’m thankful that then-Editor Mike Miller took a chance on me and did something goofy and I’m blessed that when current Editor …
Category Archives: Humor
Another year of Marsh Madness
2022 will be the start of my 18th year drawing the Marsh Madness cartoon for Wildfowl magazine. I’m grateful to editor Jay Strangis for taking a chance on me. Skip Knowles followed Jay as editor and chose to keep the cartoons coming so I have Skip to thank as well. For those of you who …
Forbidden love in the woods
The No Turkey Poster Boy
A true story about turkey hunting in the Missouri Ozarks and how things can just go all to shit when you least expect it.
Firearms Safety 101
More vintage outdoor sports cartoons
Here’s another six-pack of vintage outdoor sports cartoons from the ’70s. Three from that venerable icon of outdoor publications Field & Stream, one each from American Hunter, Sports Afield and Sierra Bulletin.
Vintage Outdoor sports cartoons
If it seems like I’ve been doing this a long time it’s because I’ve been doing this a long time. My first cartoon about outdoor sports was published in Sports Afield…or maybe it was Field & Stream, in 1964.It was followed by a long stream of others too humorus to mention. I
Florida Black Bears
A recent Associated Press article in the Florida Times Union States that Governor Ron Desantis signed a bill to protect black bears against poachers. I don’t even like poached eggs so I can imagine how yucky a poached bear would taste. Anyway, the main reason some people were poaching bears is because the Florida bear …
Pets by day, killers by night
They stalk the suburbs by night. With catlike quickness they pounce upon their unsuspecting prey. With no respect for the concept of fair play the nocturnal monsters toy with their helpless victims, often flinging them into the air or swatting them with cruel paws. Eventually tiring of this sadistic game, they commit the unthinkable… they …
Every duck hunter needs a dozen whooping crane decoys and a customized donut lanyard. Want to learn more about these and other great inventions? Read this Fowl Thoughts column from the September 2014 issue of Wildfowl magazine.