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Smoke and Mirrors: Newsweek Article Exposed for False Claim That Hunting Harms the Environment

A wildlife biologist touts the role of legal, regulated hunting in wildlife management.

Hunters Working for Hunters: The NRA Hunters’ Leadership Forum Website’s Year in Review

Here’s a rundown of some of the biggest issues that impacted hunters in 2023.

A Young Hunter's Connection with the Natural World

Fifty years later, the author's childhood experiences drive his conservation ethic.

The Next Generation Demonstrates Excellence at 2023 NRA Youth Wildlife Art Contest

We hunter-conservationists certainly appreciate wildlife artists and their talents.

The Federal Duck Stamp Goes Electric!

The legislation awaits the president’s signature, making it easier for hunters to go afield.

Virginia's Second Annual Elk Hunt a Success

It’s a win for wildlife conservation as elk now flourish in the Old Dominion State.

Mother of Six Champions Lifechanging First Hunt

Providing nutritious protein for the family cements a schoolteacher’s love of hunting.

Michigan Looking to Reinstate Wolf Hunt If Species Is Delisted

The state’s Natural Resources Commission aims to control growing wolf populations.

Texas Deer Hunters Help to Feed the Hungry

The NRA applauds them as we celebrate National Wild Game Meat Donation Month.

University of Montana’s Wild Sustenance Class Offers College Credit for Learning to Hunt

With RMEF support, the program is opening doors to hunting and conservation.

Harvesting Memories: Thanksgiving Afield

Today we give thanks for the blessings of family, friends and our outdoor traditions.

A Thanksgiving Thank You to the National Wild Turkey Federation for 50 Years of Conservation Success

We salute the NWTF for restoring populations of our No. 1 holiday gamebird.

Standing with Freedom: Supreme Court Accepts NRA First Amendment Case

The historic move supports free speech and our way of life.

Rep. Newhouse, Area Residents Oppose Plan to Release Grizzlies in Washington State

Public comments shed light on the dangers of being forced to live with the predators.

Ducks and Dassies: It’s What’s for Dinner

Thank you, hunters, for feeding those less fortunate worldwide.
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