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A Wife’s Journey from Urban Life to the Hunting Woods

This husband says there is a special joy when introducing a spouse to hunting.

Surefire Ways to Extend Your Turkey Season (and Send You Home Empty-Handed)

While mistakes are frustrating, they also give you more time in the turkey woods.

Why Exposure and Interaction with Nature Is a First Step to Hunter Recruitment

Our childhood encounters with wildlife reveal our connection to all living things.

Biden Administration Moves on with Plan for Grizzly Bear Release Despite Pushback

Washington state residents are voicing concerns over their safety and livelihoods.

Oregon Study Results in Ad Campaign to Increase Public Awareness of Poaching

The campaign website generated more than 5 million views in the first 90 days.

South Dakota Is Latest State to Make NRA’s Free, Online Hunter Ed Course Available

Thanks, NRA, for creating a course hunters can access 24/7 and free of charge.

Federal Legislation Could Negatively Affect Hunting Dog Owners

If passed, the American Kennel Club says the DOJ could sidestep USDA authority.

NRA Hunters’ Leadership Forum Announces Annual Gathering of Hunters at NRA Show

Get your tickets today and join hunters from across America on May 18.

Gun Owners, Hunters and Shooters Overwhelmingly Support North American Wildlife Conservation

A new study points to how sportsmen continue to fund the bulk of conservation.

Former ASPCA CEO Blows Whistle on Group’s Fiscal Mismanagement and Lack of Ethics

The ASPCA hoards donations intended to aid local pet shelters.

Safety, Hearing Protection and Reduced Recoil: Hunting with Suppressed Firearms

Their benefits include decreased muzzle report and increased shooting accuracy.

Happy Birthday, Fred Bear!

We honor a legendary pioneer, friend and one of the most renown hunters of the...

Hunter Alert: NRA, Others Receive Extended Comment Period for Dangerous National Wildlife Refuge Proposal

The groups are working to protect the distinct purpose of a given refuge.

More Consumers Relying on Hunting to Sidestep Rising Food Costs

Inflation is driving Americans to find ways to lower grocery bills.

Iowa Department of Natural Resources Takes New Hunters from Field to Fork

A six-month program teaches aspiring hunters to bowhunt and prepare their venison.
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