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Two Major Congressional Bills to Benefit Hunting and Wildlife Conservation

The first bill—the Great American Outdoors Act—may be on the President’s desk this week.

State Wildlife Agencies’ Hunt Raffles Support Wildlife and Habitat

These creative fundraising initiatives aid wildlife while creating more hunting opportunities.

Colorado Hunting/Fishing License Needed to Enter State Wildlife Areas

On July 1, campers and backpackers will pay their share to access state wildlife areas.

Wisconsin Hunters Vote No to Deer Season Change, Yes to Bear Season

Sidestepping COVID-19 risks, the state conducted annual meetings with hunters online.

Hunting Shop Owner Witnesses COVID-19 Impacts on Outdoor Sports

Thanks to groups like the NRA, the pandemic marks a resurgence of outdoor pursuits.

How Will America Continue to Pay for Wildlife Conservation?

The conservation of our wildlife resources is a job for hunters and non-hunters alike.

What Hunters Can Do During Coronavirus Quarantine

Here’s a to-do list for hunters who find they have extra time on their hands.

NRA-ILA Partners with Colorado Stop the Wolf Coalition

NRA-ILA backs wildlife professionals in fight over animal rights extremists’ wolf ballot initiative.

How to Access Hunting Opportunities on U.S. Military Bases

Much of the land owned by our armed forces is available for public hunting.

Woman Attacked by Mountain Lion in Colorado RV Park

Despite increased human-cat encounters, the state has failed to implement predator control.

Texas Bolstering Deer Populations after 2019 Anthrax Outbreak

State wildlife biologists transplant deer to areas impacted areas by last summer’s anthrax outbreak.

Katharine MacGregor Confirmed as Deputy Secretary of The Interior

NRA-ILA lauded MacGregor’s deep knowledge of public resource management.

USFWS Requests Public Input on Increasing Access to Federal Lands

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is taking sportsmen’s requests to heart.

Interior Secretary Pledges Commitment to Sportsmen at Hunting Expo

As one of us, DOI Secretary David Bernhardt is making sportsmen’s priorities his own.

Florida Steps Up Python Removal with Increased Incentives

More prizes and more paid hunters are helping to eradicate the invasive snake.

USFWS Director Pledges to Fight for Sportsmen at Hunters’ Convention

The USFWS’ Aurelia Skipwith stands with hunters in touting common-sense, science-based wildlife management.

Religions of the World Support Hunting

Most all religions support ethical hunting and honor animals taken through ritual and prayer.

Revisiting the 2018 National R3 Symposium

You, too, can get involved in the effort to recruit, retain and reactivate hunters.

Trump Taps First African American to Lead USFWS

Aurelia Skipwith stands to continue the Trump administration’s aim of balanced wildlife management.

Shop Your State Wildlife Agency for Last-Minute Gifts

You might find that ideal present while supporting your state’s wild game department.
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