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Start Here – Welcome to Project Upland

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Wild birds, public lands, everyday people . . .

Welcome to Project Upland, the award-winning platform created by passionate bird hunters like you, to bring you upland hunting content in multi-media format. From our print magazine worthy of any coffee table, bookshelf or camp outhouse, to our online/digital channels of READ, WATCH, and LISTEN, we are committed to staying true to our community – the DIYers, professional dog trainers, first-time dog handlers, dog-less hunters, shotgun enthusiasts, novice bird hunters and all the upland-obsessed.

Start out by signing up for our FREE newsletter The Upland Interlude that promises to help you get through all the times away from upland hunting. Links to our latest films, podcasts, articles and the occasional giveaway will fuel your dreams of the coming seasons! This weekly email is the best damn email for bird hunters delivered right to your inbox!

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The Community Page

The Project Upland Community Facebook page is a FREE place to network and share with other bird hunters, gun dog trainers and shotgun enthusiasts, covering the full spectrum from novice to seasoned veterans. Share your photos and videos, and join the Project Upland conversation!

These are your stories . . .

“To expose the uplands to the world, to capture defining moments, to push our passion and culture forward, to bring our community closer, to make us feel. These are your stories.”

MAGAZINE

Project Upland Magazine is a quarterly publication that takes readers through the four seasons of our living tradition. Covering everything from history to culture, we will continue in our quest to preserve the past and welcome the future.

WATCH

The award-winning Project Upland Original Film series is an ongoing collaborative effort of talented filmmakers to bring the stories of the uplands to life through cinematic and inspiring storytelling. This free series is available on this website, YouTube, Facebook, and streaming at WayPointTV. From all over the country and across the globe, we explore a wide range of species, people, shotguns, and the history that makes up the American upland story.

LISTEN

Project Upland Listen brings you a diverse range of audio formats from our original Project Upland Podcast to our newly incorporated podcast, The Gun Dog Notebook. Subjects include interviews with passionate upland hunters, professional dog trainers, and in-depth looks at the latest in industry gear. Also, the groundbreaking series projectupland.com On The Go has launched in order to offer our online articles in streaming audio format! These episodes are available embedded on this website and as a stand-alone podcast.  

READ

In our ever-expanding effort to lower the barriers to becoming a bird hunter and bird dog owner, we explore hunting tactics, the “how-tos” of dog training, gear reviews, and much more. These articles range from novice perspective to industry professionals, providing diverse perspectives on the upland pursuit. You can also catch them in audio format with the podcast projectupland.com On the Go!

Last modified: March 14, 2020

3 Responses to :
Start Here – Welcome to Project Upland

  1. William (Bill) McAuliffe says:

    I listen to your podcasts every morning heading into work (4 am). I am in NC now but grew up in Maine where I could walk out my front door and be in partridge territory in a couple minutes! Your podcasts bring me home ! Great job entertaining, inspiring for conservation and I have learned a ton. Thank you!
    -Bill

    1. kevin Crawford says:

      please explain how one gets to listen to a pod cast? not very savvy with this stuff Thank U

  2. Frank Evaro says:

    Thank you for your website, Podcast and videos. I have been a listener since 2018. I really enjoyed the podcast and video with Ruben Mata. I too am a native Californian. I grew up surfing and always wanted to upland hunt. I finally started hunting in 2016 at the age of 54. I would say I have been very unsuccessful. 5 years of hunting and have bagged only 3 quail. That being said, I thoroughly enjoy hunting and plan on hunting until I can’t. I am hopeful that this will be the year. Keep putting out the quality stories through the many media outlets. I learn from each article and podcast and hope to use that information for a successful upland hunting season in 2020/2021.

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