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GAOS Draws Increased Number of Entries in Taxidermy Competition

Pennsylvania Taxidermist Association competition entries will be on displayed through Feb. 6.

Connecticut Hosts Popular Venison Processing Workshops

Learn from a professional meat cutter how to utilize every part of your game animal.

The NRA Hunters’ Leadership Forum Year in Review

As we wrap up 2018, here are some of the stories that shaped our year.

Japan to Open Business School for Hunting Industry

Japan needs more hunters as wildlife damages crops, but restrictive gun laws are a hurdle.

Raising Poachers’ Fines Makes These Criminals Think Twice

A retired game warden recommends issuing stiffer penalties to combat poaching.

U.S. Secretary of Interior Zinke to Step Down Dec. 31

The Former Navy SEAL leaves behind a long list of wildlife conservation accomplishments.

Mentor New Hunters for Spring Turkey Season Now

Use holiday downtime to teach novice hunters to work a turkey call and set plans...

NRA and SAF Sue to Protect Washington State Hunters and Gun Owners

Washington Ballot Initiative I-1639 attacks hunters’ Second Amendment rights.

Like Father, Like Son: Relishing America’s Shooting and Hunting Traditions

A young shooting enthusiast thanks his father for inspiring a lifelong sport through which they...

R3 Symposium Narrows Outdoor Community’s Focus and Needs

The national “recruitment, retention and reactivation” event outlined steps to reverse the decline in hunter...

Apply for NRA’s $5,000 Women’s Conservation Scholarship by Nov. 1

Majoring in wildlife conservation? Here’s how to apply for the NRA Women’s Wildlife Management/Conservation Scholarship.

Rediscovering the Pastime of Squirrel Dogging

As hunting season approaches, the author shares the excitement of this centuries-old tradition.

Hunter-Conservationists Transplant 24 Lions to Mozambique

The move from South Africa to Mozambique recovers a healthy lion population and adds 2.5...

Minnesota’s Game Fair 2018 Sets Stage for Hunting Season

The two-weekend event marks one of America’s oldest hunting festivals.

2018 NRA Women’s Wilderness Escape Touts Outdoor Adventure

The two-day event offered gun safety and shooting sports instruction and immersed newcomers in the...

Volunteers are the Backbone of Hunter Education

Hunters who volunteer their time and knowledge to bring new hunters into the fold are...

Falconry Brings the Hunting Heritage to Mainstream Films

Award-winning documentaries on falconry show that whether hunting with a gun, bow or bird, hunting...

A Conservation Officer’s View on How Hunters Care

Steeped in safety, ethics and compassion, hunters remain the No. 1 stewards of America’s natural...

NRA Comments on YouTube Censorship

YouTube is banning videos highlighting lawful gun use.

Game Meat Is Natural Choice for Hunting’s New Generation

Wisconsin’s Learn to Hunt for Food program is a hit as new hunters embrace a...
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