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Voice of Leadership: Sidestepping Stereotypes and Propelling Outdoor Diversity

Less talk and more action is what will broaden our outdoor ranks.

Extremists Sue Feds over Trump Rule Expanding Hunting and Fishing on Wildlife Refuges

The USFWS and sportsmen are under attack in federal district court.

Back to School: Texas Game Warden Brings Wild Game Meat Prep into the Classroom

Here’s how one warden is connecting with youth to promote hunting.

First Positive CWD Cases in Idaho Remind Hunters to Take Precautions

Across the West, science shows CWD is most prevalent in mature bucks.

Federal Lawsuit Over Removal of Gray Wolf Protections Goes Before U.S. District Court Judge

A judge hears arguments as anti-hunters push to relist the recovered species.

Hunter-Volunteers Kill 4 Bison in Grand Canyon National Park in Pilot Program to Control Expanding Herd

Concerns grow as bison now number two to three times the carrying capacity.

Voice of Leadership: Understanding the New Hunter Experience

How long could you have continued to hunt without ongoing mentoring?

Biden Monument Proclamation Impacting Three National Parks Could Affect Hunters

The move fueled the flames over park boundary and management disputes.

Kansas Accepts NRA’s Free Online Hunter Education Course

The NRA invested $3 million to create its state-of-the-art curriculum.

MTN DEW to Award Outdoor Nonprofits in America’s Heartland $200K in Grants

Country music’s Chase Rice urges nominating your favorite group by Nov. 8.

Senate Confirms BLM Head with Ties to Eco-Terrorism

The stunning move prompts concerns over Stone-Manning’s qualifications.

Article Calls Out Danger of Anti-Hunters Loving Animals to Death

Expose those who push emotion over the truth about hunting.

Biden Administration Flip-Flops on Gray Wolf Management

Yet science shows the delisted species has long since recovered.

Idaho Governor, Public Officials Nationwide Honor National Hunting and Fishing Day

The NRA joins the celebration of sportsmen’s conservation legacy.

Anti-hunters and Legislators Attack National Park Service over Management of Bison

Extremists push a costly, non-lethal solution, but who will pay for it?
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