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South African Nations Threaten to Leave Global Conservation Treaty

Its preservationist attitude may tear the landmark conservation agreement apart.

The Future of African Wildlife Hangs in the Balance

The American and African hunting communities await decisions being made in Geneva.

New ESA Rules to Engage Private Sector in Species Recovery

The DOI rules set the stage to deliver on the law’s goal of species recovery.

Congress Weighs African Experience in Trophy Hunting Debate

The CECIL Act would disrupt the wildlife-driven economies of more than a dozen African nations.

CBS News Tells the True Story of Trophy Hunting

A CBS documentary touts the benefits of hunters’ role in Zimbabwe.

NRA Anti-Poaching Seminar Sparks Lively Debate over Hunting PR

All-stars in the global war on poaching suggest hunters tell the full story of hunting.

Global Anti-Poaching Experts to Speak at NRA Show in Indy

Mark your calendar for Sat., Apr. 27, and the NRA’s free anti-poaching seminar.

Elephant Stomps Out Poacher but Can’t Kill Illegal Trade

NRAHLF.org is leading the fight against the escalating global poaching crisis.

NRA’s Seminar to Address Global Poaching Crisis

Expert panel members will reveal the complexities of the problem worldwide.

Six Ways to Portray a Positive Image for Hunting

Who we are when nonhunters are watching—and when they're not—determines how they perceive us.

Kenya Runs Out of Space for Wildlife Habitat

In the aftermath of Kenya’s disastrous 1977 hunting ban, will sustainable-use hunting be reinstated in...

Hunter-Conservationists Transplant 24 Lions to Mozambique

The move from South Africa to Mozambique recovers a healthy lion population and adds 2.5...

Why Hunters Are Critical to Reducing Wildlife Crime

Integrating hunters’ input in policy decisions is America’s key to addressing international wildlife trafficking.

Trouble in Tanzania

The future health of the Selous Ecosystem is in question as ESA policies force hunting...

Facts Show Hunting Bans Hurt African Wildlife

Contrary to “successes” claimed by anti-hunting extremist groups, research proves that hunting bans are detrimental...

USFWS Moves to Delist Cape Mountain Zebra

The South African zebra’s success story marks a 572-percent population increase over the past decades.

HSUS’ New Boss Is No Better for Wildlife than Wayne Pacelle

Anti-hunting extremism continues at HSUS as Kitty Block takes the helm.

Photo Tourism Alone Cannot Save Africa’s Wildlife

Here’s why hunting remains the backbone of the continent’s wildlife conservation efforts.

African Group Breaks with Hunters, Aims to Limit Hunting

Beware of groups like the African Wildlife Foundation that claim to speak for wildlife to...

Lying about Lions—Fake News Exposed As Hunters Fight Fiction with Facts

Primed to pounce and persecute, the anti-hunting extremist mob will always find another mark—unless we...
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