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Countdown to National Hunting Debate with Anti-Hunting Extremists May 4

Calling all hunters! Get set to tune in to live debate in New York City...

Trophy Hunting Is Good for Conservation, Says IUCN Report

The April 2016 report from the International Union for Conservation of Nature is a must...

Exploding Feral Hog Population Harming Other Wildlife Species

Though studies confirm feral hogs continue to destroy habitat to the detriment of other wildlife...

Hunters May Soon Get Grizzly Bear Tags in the Greater Yellowstone Area

Earlier this month, the USFWS announced that after 41 years of Endangered Species Act protection,...

Are European Bison Set for a Conservation Comeback?

The conservation group Rewilding Europe is working to restore the European bison to population levels...

South Africa Court Upholds Decision to Legalize Domestic Sales of Rhinoceros Horn in Effort to Curb Poaching

As rhinos continue to be slaughtered for their horns, can the recent controversial decision to...

Attention American Hunters: U.S. Government Restrictions on Africa Trophy Importation Begin on Jan. 22

New U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service rules affect all African lion hunts—and your ability...

Shoot, And Shoot More Often

Lessons learned regarding follow-up shots by a PH with a lifetime of experience in Africa...

First Light: The North American Model Of Wildlife Conservation

Did you know it was hunters who launched the most successful wildlife management program worldwide?

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Crushes More Than a Ton of Confiscated Ivory

The U.S. Department of the Interior on June 19 convened in New York City’s Times...

First Bison Calf In 100 Years Born in Alaska Wilderness

The event marks a milestone in a 20-year-old wood bison reintroduction project.
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