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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.

Colorado's Hug a Hunter Ads Hit the Mark

Colorado's innovative Hug a Hunter ads set the standard for what can be a national...

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...

NRA Lays Groundwork to Thwart Animal Rights Movement

The NRA Hunters' Leadership Forum rallies the troops and reaffirms its commitment as the financial...

Tanzania Recognizes U.S. Safari Company for Pumping Millions into Conservation

Chalk up another win for the U.S. home team as Texas' Friedkin Family Companies showcase...

Facts Show Hunting Is Conservation at NYC Debate

Despite being significantly outnumbered by supporters of groups like the HSUS, hunters rallied in the...

Dispelling the Myth about No Hunting on National Parks

Many hunters believe that hunting is banned on all national parks, but the truth is,...

Trophy Hunting Is Good for Conservation, Says IUCN Report

The April 2016 report from the International Union for Conservation of Nature is a must...

Hunters and Anglers Amass $1.1 Billion for Conservation

Sportsmen have willingly paid excise taxes on guns, ammo, fishing tackle and gear for decades...

Hunters May Soon Get Grizzly Bear Tags in the Greater Yellowstone Area

Earlier this month, the USFWS announced that after 41 years of Endangered Species Act protection,...

Zimbabwe Park May Cull 200-Plus African Lions as Drop in Hunter Numbers Stems Species' Overpopulation

What is the fate of a wildlife species—game and non-game alike—when its population becomes unsustainable?

For the Love of Freedom: A Tribute to NRA Hunters’ Leadership Forum Member Robert M. Lee

As we celebrate the life of NRA HLF member Robert M. Lee (Oct. 2, 1927-Jan....

Landmark Bipartisan Sportsmen’s Act Passes out of Committee and Heads for Senate Floor Vote

Passing S. 659 out of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee on Jan. 20...

First Light: The North American Model Of Wildlife Conservation

Did you know it was hunters who launched the most successful wildlife management program worldwide?

HLF Member Spotlight: Carl Haley

It’s fitting that this month’s spotlight shines on HLF member Carl Haley of Nashville as...
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