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Interior Department’s Abrupt Closure of Northern Alaska Public Lands Puts 2021 Moose and Caribou Hunts at Risk

Hunters’ comment period ends Apr. 20 with a public hearing set for Apr. 23.

The Truth about Texas’ Exotic Wildlife

Hunters’ dollars save species where hunting is leveraged as a management tool.

NRA Gives Hunters a Voice in Three Gray Wolf Delisting Lawsuits

NRA and SCI are working to defend hunting and keep wolf numbers in check.

The New Administration’s Silent Attack on Hunters

Will the new Interior secretary support hunting on public lands?

University of Pennsylvania Cancel Culture Snubs Campus Hunting Club

Hunters are being discriminated against in the “Birthplace of America?”

Voice of Leadership: Social Media Bullies Can Stunt Hunter Recruitment

Support of newcomers includes preparing them for peers’ negative comments.

Pennsylvania to Expand Sunday Hunting in 2021

The state game commission plans to include additional species this fall.

Voice of Leadership: Promoting Cultural Acceptance of Hunting

Here’s another way the NRA is working to protect hunting’s future.

Oklahoma Recognizes NRA’s Free Online Hunter Education Course

NRA’s $3 million investment in hunting’s future means quality education for all.

Why Touting Misinformation about Hunting Is Wrong

An article in TheHill.com thwarts three of anti-hunters’ most popular claims.

Early Wisconsin Wolf Season Closes, Hunters Hit Quota in 48 Hours

The state acted in case the new administration restores the recovered species’ protections.

Passing It On to Daddy’s Little Girl

Through the gift of engagement, a precocious 6-year-old sets sights on hunting.

The Hunting Consortium: Standing Against Hunting’s Social Media Censorship

Platforms like Facebook are policing the content of hunter-backed businesses.

2020 Marks Successful Elk Hunting Season in Wisconsin

Here’s how hunter-conservationists reintroduced elk to the Dairy State.

Celebrating the Trump Administration’s Hunting and Conservation Success

Four years of action marked unprecedented accomplishments for hunters on the federal level.

Montana Votes No on Proposed New Bow Law

The bowhunting community’s 40-plus-year debate over bow let-off continues.

The Citizen Conservation that Saved California Tule Elk

A German immigrant with a cattle empire was the first to conserve the species.

Mountain Goats: A Wilderness Icon On the Way Out?

Here's how the species' story has come up against its own success.

NRA, USFWS Sign MOU to Collaborate on Hunter Recruitment, Conservation

The agreement pools hunter recruitment, training and conservation efforts.

Birds of a Feather: Hunter-Led Conservation Ensured a Future for America’s Iconic Swan Species

Hunting groups worked to stabilize tundra swan populations and restore the trumpeter swan.
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