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Secretaries of Interior and Agriculture Host Fireside Chat

The gathering shed light on the Trump administration’s progress in expanding opportunities for hunters.

Religions of the World Support Hunting

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

Kicking Bear Enhances Rehabilitating Veteran’s Life

Sometimes, the mentor is the one who finds healing when least expected.

Utah’s Early Closure of Swan Hunt Attests to Species Recovery

State agencies’ and hunters’ efforts are preserving the threatened trumpeter swan.

NRA 2019: Another Year of Working for American Hunters

This year NRAHLF.org reported on 10 "wins" that the NRA secured for American hunters.

Accepting the Challenge of Handgun Hunting

A journey into the handgun arena has delivered hunting excitement and personal rewards.

Underscoring the Importance of Fair Chase

Help non-hunters understand that hunting is based on ethics, safety and fair chase.

New Beginnings: A First-Year Hunter’s Journey

As his family had done for generations, a father watches his son become a hunter.

Social Media Brings Together Women New to Hunting

The ability to quickly spread the word makes these all-women hunting events a success.

Trinity Oaks: Providing Positive Outdoor Experiences to Those in Need

This Texas-based organization is yet another example of how sportsmen give back to their communities.

How I Ate Deer Tag Soup and Loved It

Hunting, not killing, is the message as a hunter stalks mule deer with family members.

104-Year-Old Woman Takes First Buck

Has there ever been a better story showcasing hunting as a precious, all-American tradition?

Observing a Subsistence Caribou Hunt in Alaska

Hunting for survival is more than just a cultural tradition in rural Alaska.

NRA Pivotal in Cracking Pennsylvania’s Sunday Hunting Ban

After 337 years, hunting will now be allowed on three Sundays thanks to NRA-ILA.

Millennials On Safari

When promoting the joys of hunting, an African safari can be the affordable choice.

When to Follow a Wounded Game Animal

Responsibility, experience, good judgment determine how long to wait before tracking a wounded animal.

Are Deer Passing Bovine Tuberculosis to Hunters?

With about 2 percent of one Michigan herd infected, contracting TB is unlikely, if careful.

Hunting Community Honors Veterans Not Just on Veterans Day

A veteran’s poem pays tribute to those who served and fought for our freedom.

Hunters and Shooters Building Bridges with Hollywood

NRAHLF.org contributor and producer kicks off inaugural Hollywood Celebrity Archery Shoot on Nov. 16.
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