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Philanthropist Brittany Longoria Wins NRA-Sponsored Diana Award at 50th Annual SCI Convention

Longoria epitomizes grace under fire in standing against animal rights extremists.

Fighting for Our Hunting Heritage: The NRA-Backed Center for Conservation Excellence

Here’s how it is sustaining science-based wildlife management into the future.

Examining the Challenges of Life in Grizzly Bear Country

Living with grizzlies means eternal vigilance and being prepared—for anything.

Utah Bans Trail Cameras for Big-Game Hunting Seasons

The new rule comes six months after the ban in neighboring Arizona.

Hunters Helping to Feed America’s Hungry

Farmers and Hunters Feeding the Hungry now spans efforts in 20 states.

Beyond the Bench: Benefits of Using Hearing Protection While Hunting

Did you know a single shot can be enough to cause hearing damage?

Slashing Science: New Group Aims to Reform Washington State’s Wildlife Management

Washington Wildlife First is pushing preservation over consumption.

Voice of Leadership: Recognizing the Hunting Community’s “Meta” Problem

If used correctly, social media can promote the positive story of hunting.

Britain Proposes Ban on Importation of African Game Trophies

Here’s how the move would diminish wildlife conservation funding.

“Project Landlocked” Details Vast Amounts of Inaccessible Public Lands

The documentary explores the scope of America’s hunter access challenges.

House Passes $70 Million Chronic Wasting Disease Research and Management Act

NRA and other sportsmen’s groups applaud the move to fight the fatal disease.

Can You Catch COVID-19 from Deer?

Here is what the science shows.

Voice of Leadership: Sidestepping Stereotypes and Propelling Outdoor Diversity

Less talk and more action is what will broaden our outdoor ranks.

Extremists Sue Feds over Trump Rule Expanding Hunting and Fishing on Wildlife Refuges

The USFWS and sportsmen are under attack in federal district court.

Back to School: Texas Game Warden Brings Wild Game Meat Prep into the Classroom

Here’s how one warden is connecting with youth to promote hunting.

First Positive CWD Cases in Idaho Remind Hunters to Take Precautions

Across the West, science shows CWD is most prevalent in mature bucks.

Federal Lawsuit Over Removal of Gray Wolf Protections Goes Before U.S. District Court Judge

A judge hears arguments as anti-hunters push to relist the recovered species.

Hunter-Volunteers Kill 4 Bison in Grand Canyon National Park in Pilot Program to Control Expanding Herd

Concerns grow as bison now number two to three times the carrying capacity.

Voice of Leadership: Understanding the New Hunter Experience

How long could you have continued to hunt without ongoing mentoring?
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