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New Video Shows Value of Hunting to African Wildlife Conservation

A new Property and Environment Research Center video touts hunting’s economic and anti-poaching benefits.

Utah’s Ogden Bay: The Birthplace of Modern Wetlands Conservation

Thanks to sportsmen, the bay was the first project to benefit from the Pittman-Robertson Act.

24 Lions: One Year Later

Mozambique’s hunter-funded wildlife conservation wins prove how legal, regulated hunting benefits all.

Celebrate National Hunting and Fishing Day on Sept. 28

Join the NRA in recognizing our cherished outdoor lifestyles by promoting hunting every day.

Controlling Feral Hogs with a Sterilization-Hunting Combo

South Carolina explores wild pig overpopulation and curtailing its economic and ecological damage.

South African Nations Threaten to Leave Global Conservation Treaty

Its preservationist attitude may tear the landmark conservation agreement apart.

Congress Weighs African Experience in Trophy Hunting Debate

The CECIL Act would disrupt the wildlife-driven economies of more than a dozen African nations.

Animals Still Die When Hunting Is Banned

Here is why legal, regulated hunting is the key to managing game populations.

Trophy Hunting’s Crucial Role in Africa

Legal, regulated hunting is what generates the revenue needed to conserve wildlife species.

NRAHLF.org Contributor Wins National Award

Kudos to the website and contributor Phil Phillips for delivering the news on hunting issues.

Letting Africa Lead

Through firsthand accounts, the author reveals why lifting Botswana’s hunting ban will conserve its wildlife.

Botswana Lifts Hunting Ban

Elephants’ economic value to rural populations is now recognized in the African nation.

Analyzing the Character Flaws of the Anti-Hunter

Animal-rights extremists ignore facts and morality in their push to end all hunting.

NRA Contributor Takes on NJ Governor Over Hunting Fee Hikes

The author appeared on Fox News to expose the proposed financial punishment of hunters.

Maine Logs Highest Deer Harvest in Nearly Two Decades

The Pine Tree state's new R3 coordinator readies to follow Georgia’s hunter growth example.

U.S. Senate Confirms Bernhardt as Secretary of the Interior

President Trump's pick prioritizes wildlife conservation while managing natural resources.

Ill Winds Start to Blow at Hunting Trade Shows

Anti-hunting protesters attempt to shame hunters while impeding conservation efforts.

Snapshot Wisconsin: Using Citizen Science to Aid Wildlife

Residents help biologists gather information on wildlife species through a trail-camera program.

The Official Process Begins to Delist the Gray Wolf

The Department of the Interior recognizes the species’ recovery and moves to lift ESA protections.

Acting DOI Secretary Continues Big Game Conservation Efforts

David Bernhardt announced that $1.5 million has been approved to benefit Western big game.
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