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NRA HLF Award Winner, Renown Artist and Conservationist John Seery-Lester Passes Away

Seerey-Lester’s remarkable work and achievements live on as we embrace his legacy.

Don’t Confuse the Meaning of Hunting

Misuse of the word hunting in place of poaching or market slaughter taints legal hunting.

How Will America Continue to Pay for Wildlife Conservation?

The conservation of our wildlife resources is a job for hunters and non-hunters alike.

Taking Grizzlies from Field to Table?

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

Top Hunting Artist Receives NRA Hunters’ Leadership Forum Award

John Seerey-Lester’s paintings tell the rich stories of hunting and wildlife conservation.

Isle Royale National Park Is Epicenter of Ongoing Wolf-Moose Study

Spanning decades, the study continues to help scientists understand predator-prey relationships.

Texas Bolstering Deer Populations after 2019 Anthrax Outbreak

State wildlife biologists transplant deer to areas impacted areas by last summer’s anthrax outbreak.

Trump Jr. Shines at SCI Show, Raises $340K for Conservation

NRA and SCI members gave a standing ovation to the hunter who rallied the troops.

Religions of the World Support Hunting

Most all religions support ethical hunting and honor animals taken through ritual and prayer.

Underscoring the Importance of Fair Chase

Help non-hunters understand that hunting is based on ethics, safety and fair chase.

Shop Your State Wildlife Agency for Last-Minute Gifts

You might find that ideal present while supporting your state’s wild game department.

Observing a Subsistence Caribou Hunt in Alaska

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

Study Shows Americans Shifting Away from Wildlife Realities

Urban lifestyles and shrinking rural populations are shifting public values toward wildlife.

Witnessing Nature’s Harshness Firsthand

A hunter’s sadness over a temporarily depleted resource gives way to nature's reality.

When to Follow a Wounded Game Animal

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

Hunters and Shooters Building Bridges with Hollywood

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

NRA Firearms Training Has Real-Life Benefits

While NRA training ensures we are safe and successful hunters, the real-world benefits go deeper.

Study Cites Support of Hunting, Fishing, Shooting, Trapping

Underscoring NRA data, an NSSF study touts positive attitudes on traditional outdoor activities.

Controlling Feral Hogs with a Sterilization-Hunting Combo

South Carolina explores wild pig overpopulation and curtailing its economic and ecological damage.

Examining Hunter Ethics and Morality

Personal morals come into play when considering the role of ethics in legal, regulated hunting.
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