• Hunting

    Arizona Dry Ground Mountain Lion Hunt

    I recently was able to hunt with Logan Anderson of Seven Anchor Outfitters, in Kirkland, AZ. This part of the country and this type of hunting were both a new experience for me. I have always wanted to be able to hunt Mountain Lion, but was never able to afford to go on a traditional snow based hunt up north.

  • Dog

    Charleston Has Gone to the Dogs

    This past weekend, Charleston's Southeastern Wildlife Expo (SEWE) brought together wildlife enthusiasts and dog lovers, showcasing a diverse array of canine companions amid the city's historic streets and waterfront. Let's look at the best moments from SEWE, celebrating the charm and charisma of the furry friends we encountered.

  • Hunting

    Antlers I Have Found

    There’s a certain mystique surrounding antlers that transcends the realm of hunting. It’s not uncommon to find articles in home decor magazines and interior design blogs suggesting creative ways to incorporate these natural artifacts into interior spaces, moving beyond the traditional deer head mounted above the fireplace. Each discarded antler carries with it a tale waiting to be discovered.

  • Culture,  Food

    The Best Food I Never Ate

    In Charleston's ever-evolving culinary tapestry, I overlooked the chance to dine at Martha Lou's Kitchen, a bastion of Southern cooking. Let my tale of the best food I never ate be your call to action—seize the moment and savor the experiences you yearn for before they vanish.

  • Culture

    To The Captain From This Kid

    I hesitate to write this for many reasons. I mean, take your pick; being teased when I was wet behind the ears and full of dreams for liking his music when seemingly his audience was drinking bottles of their favorite octogenarian nutrition shakes, or maybe I am reserved about writing my thoughts down because I won’t do…

  • Culture

    Beaufort by the Sea

    Nestled along the East Coast are two historic towns that, despite sharing a name and a penchant for Southern charm, offer distinct experiences steeped in the richness of American history and coastal culture. In this feature, we delve into the heart of these coastal havens, exploring them through the lens of a Southern lifestyle that Feathers & Whiskey readers cherish.

  • Lifestyle

    A New Destination for Southern Traditions

    In the heart of every Southerner is a story—a tapestry of traditions, a legacy of the land, and a deep-rooted respect for wildlife. It's this narrative that Feathers & Whiskey Provisions Co. seeks to honor with its launch of a new website that is more than just a marketplace; it's a celebration of Southern culture and a testament to conservation.

  • Hunting

    Grouse Creek

    Because early people depended on bodies of water for survival and travel, they were among the first geographical features to receive names. They served as key points and markers. Their names were given by the Indigenous people, plainsmen, voyaging pioneers, settlers, explorers, and hunters.