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Black Bear Attacks on the Rise in Colorado

Colorado says be “bear aware” as human-bear conflicts escalate.

How to Diffuse Anti-Hunters

When talking with those who do not understand legal, regulated hunting, remain calm and think...

Return of the Natives: Wisconsin Sets 2018 Season for Thriving Elk Herd

Following successful elk reintroduction efforts, 10 residents will participate in the state’s first elk hunt...

Canis Stew: Issues Surrounding Wolves and Coyotes

Using history as a reference point, the author examines the impact of America’s expanding wolf...

West Nile Virus Hits Michigan Ruffed Grouse

As biologists continue to study the virus, here’s how hunters should handle a ruffed grouse...

Repercussions to Hit B.C. as Grizzly Season Closes

With British Columbia’s grizzly bear hunting season ending on Nov. 30, increased human-bear conflicts and...

Veterans Day is Every Day at Freedom Hunters!

As we prepare to honor Veterans Day, learn how Freedom Hunters supports America’s military through...

Sheep Tag Brings $120K for Conservation at HSC Show

Auction’s coveted desert sheep tag and NRA’s own Wayne La Pierre make big headlines at...

The Sagebrush Connection

For us hunters, even the mere smell of sagebrush can transport us back to a...

Bonding in the High Country

A father-son wilderness hunt offers up life lessons that go far beyond learning how to...

Dispelling the Myth about No Hunting on National Parks

Many hunters believe that hunting is banned on all national parks, but the truth is,...

NRA 2nd VP Richard Childress Throws Support Behind North Carolina Sunday Hunting Bill

N.C. House Bill 640—the Outdoor Heritage Act—gains momentum as Childress cites provisions aimed at enhancing...
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