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N.J. Gov. Murphy Permanently Reinstates Bear Hunt to Cut Species’ Populations

Hunters mark a conservation win as hunting is lauded as a wildlife management tool.

NRA, Partners Oppose Feds’ Attempt to Remove USFWS Oversight of Federal Subsistence Board

Operating on the front lines as well as behind the scenes is what secures conservation.

Hunters Support Emergency Closure of Caribou Hunt in Alaska GMU 13

Legal, regulated hunting is scientifically managed to ensure health of the species.

Alaska Confirms First Case of Rabies in Moose

The first confirmed moose case in all of North America is attributed to a fox.

USFWS Considers Delisting Grizzlies in Two Ecosystems in the Lower 48

Petitions from the governors of Montana and Wyoming made the case for review.

Washington Governor to Be Sued for Appointing Anti-Hunters to Wildlife Commission

Stacking the commission through biased appointments violates state code.

Bowfishing for Invasive Fish Species in Alaska—or Anywhere—Keeps Archery Skills Sharp

Here’s Alaska’s take on using sportsmen to manage invasive fish species’ populations.

Federal Subsistence Board Closes Millions of Acres in Alaska to Non-Local Caribou and Moose Hunters

The move impacts residents and nonresidents alike starting in August 2022.

Hunters Prevail: Interior Department Defers Closing 40 Million Alaska Acres to Hunting This Fall

Backed by science, hunting groups mobilized to push any decision to 2022.

Interior Department’s Abrupt Closure of Northern Alaska Public Lands Puts 2021 Moose and Caribou Hunts at Risk

Hunters’ comment period ends Apr. 20 with a public hearing set for Apr. 23.

Mountain Goats: A Wilderness Icon On the Way Out?

Here's how the species' story has come up against its own success.

NRA Among Groups Urging Governors Not to Cancel Spring Hunts

Hunter organizations write governors to keep public lands open while still meeting CDC guidelines.

Taking Grizzlies from Field to Table?

With grizzly bear delisting again making headlines, don’t overlook how the meat can be tasty.

Utah’s Early Closure of Swan Hunt Attests to Species Recovery

State agencies’ and hunters’ efforts are preserving the threatened trumpeter swan.

Observing a Subsistence Caribou Hunt in Alaska

Hunting for survival is more than just a cultural tradition in rural Alaska.

When the Hunter Is the Hunted

Vigilance and the right handgun can mean the difference between life and death.

Just the Facts on Wolves and Coyotes

A recent Washington Post article on the predators serves up yet more fake news.

Secretary Zinke Upholds States’ Wildlife Management Authority

His new policy settles the issue between state and federal agencies despite which entity owns...

Article Suggests Hunters May Kill Endangered Species

“The Hill’s” misleading article implies that Alaska’s rule changes permit killing endangered species.

Alaska Sues Feds Over New USFWS Hunting Regs

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