I just returned from a short jaunt to the dry side of Oregon, visiting relatives and doing some shooting. Usually both at the same time!
The shooting part of my trip involved helping to rid my cousin’s ranches of the dreaded sage rat. Sage rats are the colloquial term for several species of small, ground-dwelling squirrels which inhabit the fields of farmers and ranchers in Eastern Oregon, Washington, and parts of Idaho. They’re incredibly damaging to crops and they breed like ...Continue Reading →