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Proposed CECIL Act Aims to End Hunting outside U.S. Borders

Anti-hunters could use H.R. 6885 to create a science-free Endangered Species Act.

Supreme Court Protects Alaska Hunter’s Access to Hunting Lands

An Alaska hunter stands up to the federal bureaucracy and wins a 12-year battle.

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.

The Hunt Should Be Part of Hunting

With today’s posh lodges and high-tech tools, don't give up the real adventure.

New York Hunters Have Safest Year on Record

Thanks to hunter education, hunting remains one of America’s safest sports.

Can We Fight Zombie Deer?

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

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

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

Elephant Stomps Out Poacher but Can’t Kill Illegal Trade

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

NRA’s Seminar to Address Global Poaching Crisis

Expert panel members will reveal the complexities of the problem worldwide.

The Benefits of Working with Conservation Groups

Volunteering helps keep land open while expanding hunting opportunities.

Senate Committee Advances Bernhardt Nomination

The President’s pick to head the DOI moves to a full vote.

DOI’s Bernhardt Puts Public Lands Bill into Action

Infrastructure established to balance natural resources management with wildlife conservation.

Famed Klineburger Brothers Receive Lifetime Achievement Award   

WWII veteran and international hunter-conservationist Chris Klineburger defines the term “hunting pioneer.”

Ill Winds Start to Blow at Hunting Trade Shows

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

No Cat Hunting in British Columbia?

The same group that got grizzly hunting banned is now going after the cats.

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.

President Signs Lands Bill That Protects Hunting Access

Bill’s passage enhances access to hunting and recreational shooting on federal lands.

Use Texas’ 2nd Amendment Model to Recruit Teen Hunters

The state’s model program ensures America’s youth become patriots who vote freedom first.
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