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Can We Fight Zombie Deer?

Congress pushes for funding, scientists push for a cure, yet CWD continues to spread.

Elephant Stomps Out Poacher but Can’t Kill Illegal Trade

NRAHLF.org is leading the fight against the escalating global poaching crisis.

DOI’s Bernhardt Puts Public Lands Bill into Action

Infrastructure established to balance natural resources management with wildlife conservation.

Snapshot Wisconsin: Using Citizen Science to Aid Wildlife

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

Six Ways to Portray a Positive Image for Hunting

Who we are when nonhunters are watching—and when they're not—determines how they perceive us.

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.

NRA President Tells Texas Why NRA is Freedom’s Safest Place

North celebrates TSRA’s centennial while sharing why freedom is at stake.

First Fur: Five Points to Share with New Hunters

The author recommends emphasizing these points with every novice.

Meet Robert O’Neill: The Man Who Took down Osama bin Laden

The SEAL Team Six member shared his ultimate hunting story at the WHCE.

There is No Difference Between 'Trophy Hunting' and Hunting

What constitutes a trophy depends on the individual, and the meat is eaten either way.

NRA Backs Trump Nomination for Secretary of Interior

David Bernhardt has demonstrated unwavering support of sportsmen and wildlife conservationists.

When an Antelope Hunt Goes Three for Three Before Three

The hunting heritage thrives as three generations tag out on Colorado antelope.

When It’s Okay to Be a Selfish Hunter

While mentoring new hunters, set aside time also to relish your own connection to nature.

Map and Compass Course Sets Path to Hunter Confidence

Massachusetts’ free course aims to improve hunter safety and land navigation skills.

New Jersey Black Bear Hunt Ban Upheld on Appeal

A judge’s decision signals sportsmen’s fight is headed to Supreme Court.

Custom College Degrees Lead to Outdoor Careers

An Alabama university now permits students to build a curriculum fostering jobs in the great...

Seminar Preps Lawyers to Counter Anti-Hunting Extremists in Court

The SCI course will help lawyers apply the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation to...

NRA HLF Co-Chair Trig French Guests on Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World

Radio host Rob Keck talks with two hunting leaders about their federal advisory roles.

New Jersey Hunters Mobilize Over Governor’s Bear Hunting Ban

Disregarding public safety amid burgeoning black bear populations, the governor bans all hunts on state...
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