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Antis Target So-Called Black Giraffe Hunt in South Africa

Once again, animal rights extremists show their true hateful colors in issuing death threats against...

Facts Show Hunting Bans Hurt African Wildlife

Contrary to “successes” claimed by anti-hunting extremist groups, research proves that hunting bans are detrimental...

Premier NRA Hunters’ Event Opens 2018 NRA Show in Dallas

Hunters stand united at the 4th annual NRA Hunters’ Leadership Forum Dinner on May 3.

California Anti-Hunting Bill SB 1487 Advancing to Senate Floor

Urgent Message for California Residents: If passed, this bill will end the importation of many...

USFWS Moves to Delist Cape Mountain Zebra

The South African zebra’s success story marks a 572-percent population increase over the past decades.

Duped in Debate: How I Let Hunters Down

Though the outcome of the author’s recent TV “debate” was predetermined in the Humane Society’s...

Preservation Is Not Conservation

Contrary to popular belief, conservation and preservation are not interchangeable terms.

African Lions Eat Suspected Poacher

A poacher pays the ultimate price near South Africa’s Kruger National Park.

Watch: NRA-ILA Front Man Chris Cox Video Is Hunters' Call to Action

Click here to see NRA Chris Cox's must-see keynote address at last week's SCI show...

SCI Living Legend, 91, Signing Books at SCI Show

Meet international hunting pioneer Chris Klineburger in Las Vegas, Jan. 31-Feb. 4.

Houston Safari Club Picks Peppers at Annual Convention

NRA Hunters’ Leadership Forum member John Pepper and grandson Tristan receive much deserved recognition during...

Seeking World Approval Will Exterminate All Hunting

Because the facts do not advance themselves, we hunters must go on offense and claim...

Photo Tourism Alone Cannot Save Africa’s Wildlife

Here’s why hunting remains the backbone of the continent’s wildlife conservation efforts.

USFWS Allows Lion Trophy Imports from Zimbabwe and Zambia

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service says hunting is beneficial to the species’ survival.

Tanzania Avoids the Pyre, Saves Ivory for Science

Studying illegally-seized ivory rather than destroying it can contribute to the development of Africa’s future...

South African Economy Spells Peril for Wildlife

For South Africa’s wildlife, storm clouds are on the horizon.

Lying about Lions—Fake News Exposed As Hunters Fight Fiction with Facts

Primed to pounce and persecute, the anti-hunting extremist mob will always find another mark—unless we...

How Hunters Must Handle Crisis Management

Fighting back against anti-hunters starts with knowing how to prepare—and respond.

Safari Sisterhood: Adventures in Africa

Women with long to-do lists at home explore Africa on a safari that forever changes...

Time Magazine Errs, Hunting Helps Wildlife!

Time conveniently confuses poaching with hunting and ignores the fact that without hunting there is...
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