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The Direct Link: Working for Wildlife

Georgia is one of many states offering insight into hunter-conservationists’ ultimate career.

Federal Judge Rolls Back Montana Wolf Quotas to 2020 Numbers

The temporary restraining order ignores solid science and management data.

Wyoming Grizzly Bear Attack Amplifies Need for Species’ Management

More humans are harmed as the recovered species remains delisted.

The Gift That Keeps Giving: NRA’s Hunter Education Course Generates $173,911 for Tennessee Conservation Efforts

The state will use funds to bolster its fish and wildlife conservation efforts.

Hillsdale College’s New Nimrod Education Center Educates Students on Hunters’ Role in Wildlife Conservation

The new facility provides courses, scholarships and grants to foster public education.

How a House Repeal of the Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act Would Harm Wildlife and Sportsmen

Rather than decrease crime, H.R. 2814 would negatively impact conservation funding.

Why Senate’s Consideration of $70M Bill Combatting Chronic Wasting Disease Is Vital

With CWD now in 30 states, the bill would fund disease research and management.

Marion Hammer Awarded International Hunter Education Association’s Gladney Davidson Memorial Award

The NRA past president was honored for her significant contributions to hunter education.

New Senate Bill Aims to Ban Use of Traditional Lead Ammunition on U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Lands

The bill’s true purpose is to attack American hunters and legal, regulated hunting.

Voice of Leadership: Internet and Social Media Security Tips for Hunters

Be aware of the specific threats and vulnerabilities regarding online access.

Voice of Leadership: The Evolution of Evaluating America’s Wildlife Restoration and Recruitment Efforts

Wildlife agencies succeed due to ongoing assessment of outcome-based strategies.

Yellowstone Culls Park Bison as Population Expands into Montana

Bison are surpassing carrying capacity as in Grand Canyon National Park.

Where Our Taxes Go: Pittman-Robertson Funds for Wildlife Conservation Featured in New Video

Thanks hunters, anglers and shooters for funding the bulk of conservation.

Voice of Leadership: Promoting Diversity and Inclusion in the Outdoors

The changing face of hunting is creating opportunities to build our ranks.

Hunters, Shooters and Anglers Paying a Record $1.5 Billion for Conservation in 2022

The Interior Department says the funding secures wildlife and their habitats.

Meeting Demand by Building Shooting Ranges with Excise Tax Funds

Take advantage of funding opportunities to build a range near you.

Fighting for Our Hunting Heritage: The NRA-Backed Center for Conservation Excellence

Here’s how it is sustaining science-based wildlife management into the future.

Voice of Leadership: Sidestepping Stereotypes and Propelling Outdoor Diversity

Less talk and more action is what will broaden our outdoor ranks.

Eagle Eyes: 10 Anti-Hunting Groups to Watch

Protecting hunting’s future means exposing extremist groups.

How the Interstate Wildlife Violators Compact Makes Poachers Pay

It tracks wildlife violations and underscores how poaching IS NOT hunting.
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