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Alaska Sues Feds Over New USFWS Hunting Regs

Pushing back against the federal government’s blatant overreach, Alaska sues the outgoing Obama administration over...

The Dirty Dozen Threats to Hunting: 21st Century Implications for Recruitment, Retention, and Reactivation

The latest report from Responsive Management on the 12 leading threats to hunting in the...

Sheep Tag Brings $120K for Conservation at HSC Show

Auction’s coveted desert sheep tag and NRA’s own Wayne La Pierre make big headlines at...

Does Obama's New Executive Order End Hunting on Two National Parks?

With President Obama designating Bears Ears in Utah and Gold Butte in Nevada as national...

The Unexpected Moose

We hunters appreciate our encounters with nature and recognize that our role in sustaining wildlife...

Five Formidable Foes of Hunting—Part 2

As hunting extremists step up attacks, hunters must be able to name the enemy—which often...

Hunting's Five Formidable Foes

As anti-hunters try to end hunting across America, isn’t it time we identify the enemy...

Explaining the Other Side of Hunting

Know any non-hunters? Then make them understand it is our very bond with nature that...

Feds Paying Sharpshooters to Cull Deer at Maryland Battlefields

Passing on the hunting tradition includes teaching about threats to hunting’s future as feds opt...

Conservation vs. Preservation: What's the Difference?

Though the two terms appear closely linked, conservation ensures the proper use of nature while...

Predator Control is Game Management

When it comes to the importance of predator control, here's why it is a key...

The Sagebrush Connection

For us hunters, even the mere smell of sagebrush can transport us back to a...

Hunters' Contributions to U.S. Wildlife Conservation

The definitive paper compiling American hunters' contributions to wildlife conservation.

20 Reasons Why Hunting is Conservation

In 1900, only 500,000 whitetails remained in North America. Thanks to conservation work spearheaded by...

Poaching is NOT Hunting

One of the most common misconceptions perpetuated by anti-hunting extremists is that poachers are hunters....

Who Really Cares About Conservation?

Hunters pay for conservation while anti-hunting extremists raise funds for emotional appeals that obfuscate facts.

Increasing Gun Sales Benefit Wildlife

Booming gun sales across America are paying dividends—literally—for our wildlife resources.

How to Tap Into Private Lands for Public Hunting

Need a Place to Hunt? Don’t overlook the increasing number of states now offering private-land-access...

Why an Alaskan Moose Hunter’s Supreme Court Win Matters

The fact the U.S. Supreme Court chose to hear one hunter’s case out of thousands...

Poaching Is Not Hunting

Poachers are not hunters. Poachers are criminals and should be dealt with as such.
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