Late Fall 2012 Newsletter

As we approach the end of the year, we find ourselves reflecting on the past 12 months.  It’s been a good year for Field Sport Concepts.  We would like to extend our best wishes to all of our valued clients, partners, and friends for a Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, and a New Year filled with joy, peace, and prosperity.

On these cold dark mornings, it may be a bit harder to pry yourselves out of bed and to get going.  However, knowing we can look forward to meals of venison chili, roasted duck, and ruffed grouse with wild rice ensures that we are up well before the sun on our days off.  Whether you are heading for a duck marsh in Tidewater, Virginia or tracking that elusive buck in south Texas, late fall can be an exciting time of year.

If you are considering large scale improvements for your land, this is a prime time, now that the foliage has fallen and it has not yet snowed, for aerial mapping in order to identify the various elements and landforms of your property.  It is also a good time of year for wildlife habitat maintenance such as clearing invasive plant species to support more diverse flora and fauna communities and to increase the value of your land.

Check out Para-Hawking below!

Company News

– Featuring large, gorgeous photography, the new Field Sport Concepts website showcases the affiliates’ world-class land planning, design, and management expertise.  Visit website…

– Celebrating the majesty of the Yellowstone River, FSC affiliate Trout Headwaters, Inc. is proud to sponsor the new documentary, Where the Yellowstone Goes.  Read more…

– With over 30 years offering shooting instruction, Field Sport Concepts affiliate, John Higgins, is among the best of the best.  Read more…

– Benefitting from deliberate and conscientious “firescaping,” FSC affiliate John Blackburn designed ranch survives a wildfire.  Read more…


Our Expertise

Emphasizing the human element of conservation efforts, planning for multiple uses on one’s property not only promotes a deeper connection with the land, but also opens up multiple opportunities for ensuring the economic sustainability of the property. Filmed in 1939, the film Sky Game illustrates this timeless concept.  Read more…

We are eager to collaborate with you as you seek to enhance your holdings and/or service offerings.  Click below to learn how we can help you.

– Field Sport Enthusiasts
– Farm & Rural Land Owners
– Conservations
– Ranch & Farm Brokers
– Equestrian Enthusiats
– Land Developers

In the Field

Para-Hawking – For millennia, falconers around the world have jealously watched their birds take flight. Benefitting from modern technology, they can now join their hawks in the sky.  Read more…

Restoring H2O to the Southwest – Originally seeking only to purchase a western vacation home, amateur rancher Valer Austin and her husband decided to leave New York City and dedicate themselves to bringing water back to their Arizona ranch.  Read more…

The Dog I Belonged To – Every hunter knows the relationship with his/her pointer transcends the notion of “man’s best friend.”  This heartwarming story chronicles one hunter’s relationship with his first bird dog, Lady.  Read more…

Thank you for being the cornerstone of our success.  We invite you to forward our newsletter and website to anyone you think might be interested in what we are doing or who may benefit from the value-added services we provide.

All the best,

Bob McKee for all the affiliates at Field Sport Concepts.


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