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104-Year-Old Woman Takes First Buck

Has there ever been a better story showcasing hunting as a precious, all-American tradition?

Observing a Subsistence Caribou Hunt in Alaska

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

Millennials On Safari

When promoting the joys of hunting, an African safari can be the affordable choice.

Utah’s Ogden Bay: The Birthplace of Modern Wetlands Conservation

Thanks to sportsmen, the bay was the first project to benefit from the Pittman-Robertson Act.

When to Follow a Wounded Game Animal

Responsibility, experience, good judgment determine how long to wait before tracking a wounded animal.

Are Deer Passing Bovine Tuberculosis to Hunters?

With about 2 percent of one Michigan herd infected, contracting TB is unlikely, if careful.

24 Lions: One Year Later

Mozambique’s hunter-funded wildlife conservation wins prove how legal, regulated hunting benefits all.

Hunters and Shooters Building Bridges with Hollywood

NRAHLF.org contributor and producer kicks off inaugural Hollywood Celebrity Archery Shoot on Nov. 16.

NRA Employees Celebrate Hunting at Wild Game Luncheon

NRA Hunter Services treated co-workers to a free venison lunch at NRA headquarters.

Crossbows Deliver Bucks without the “Bang”

Crossbows are a great way to break into archery while extending your hunting seasons.

Celebrate America’s National Wildlife Refuge Week, Oct. 13-19

Enjoy world-class recreation and see the protection of our lands by visiting a wildlife refuge.

ATA Initiative Promotes Bowhunting, Reduces Barriers to Entry

The ATA is working with state wildlife agencies to make equipment regulations consistent nationwide.

Identifying a Functional Hunting Scope for Less Money

Matching a scope to a rifle and hunting style costs less than newcomers may think.

USFWS Opens 1.4 Million Acres to Hunting and Fishing

This doubles the federal acreage made available to sportsmen over the past five years combined.

Hunting, Transplanting Needed to Cut Arizona Bison Population

Grand Canyon park officials say the burgeoning bison population may severely harm the landscape.

Research Shows Nonhunting Outdoor Enthusiasts Impact Wildlife

Hikers, campers, mountain bikers and the lot send wildlife fleeing.

NRA Site Matches Game Meat Donations with Needy

Have a tag to fill but can’t use the meat? Get paired with nearby hungry.

The Long History of Nonresident Hunting Licenses

Hunters ultimately overlook the hurdles of nonresident hunting licenses because our funding saves wildlife.

When the Hunter Is the Hunted

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

“Trophy” Is Not a Four-Letter Word

A “trophy” is the memory of the experience and of those with whom you hunted.
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