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Hunter-Volunteers Kill 4 Bison in Grand Canyon National Park in Pilot Program to Control Expanding Herd

Concerns grow as bison now number two to three times the carrying capacity.

Anti-hunters and Legislators Attack National Park Service over Management of Bison

Extremists push a costly, non-lethal solution, but who will pay for it?

The Truth about Texas’ Exotic Wildlife

Hunters’ dollars save species where hunting is leveraged as a management tool.

2020 Marks Successful Elk Hunting Season in Wisconsin

Here’s how hunter-conservationists reintroduced elk to the Dairy State.

The Citizen Conservation that Saved California Tule Elk

A German immigrant with a cattle empire was the first to conserve the species.

Is 21st-Century Hunting More Exciting than in the Past?

A firearms catalog gets the author considering why we anticipate hunting season year after year.

Make a Hunt Reservation to Go Native This Fall

American Indian reservations offer great hunting and welcome hunters’ dollars.

An Elk Hunt in Missouri?

The pieces are in place, thanks to a conservation-minded state and a conservation organization.

Hunters to Help Cut Elk Numbers in S.D. National Park

Hunters aid science-based wildlife management to stem CWD at Wind Cave National Park.

Millennials On Safari

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

Hunting, Transplanting Needed to Cut Arizona Bison Population

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

A Hunter’s Duty Includes Leaving the Hunting Legacy Intact

Hunting’s life lessons provide much more than learning to become successful afield.

Acting DOI Secretary Continues Big Game Conservation Efforts

David Bernhardt announced that $1.5 million has been approved to benefit Western big game.

Elk Expanding in Virginia

The benefit of hunters’ hard-earned conservation dollars strikes again as elk numbers continue to rise.

Meet General George Armstrong Custer the Hunter

Who knew General Custer—killed at the Battle of Little Bighorn on this very date—was an...

Return of the Natives: Wisconsin Sets 2018 Season for Thriving Elk Herd

Following successful elk reintroduction efforts, 10 residents will participate in the state’s first elk hunt...

Canis Stew: Issues Surrounding Wolves and Coyotes

Using history as a reference point, the author examines the impact of America’s expanding wolf...

Hunters to Aid NPS in SD Elk Cull to Stop Spread of CWD

South Dakota’s decision to use hunters instead of sharpshooters in its February elk culling operation...

Feds to Use Hunters to Cut Arizona Bison Numbers

Common sense prevails as the National Park Service gets set to use volunteer hunters to...

Wisconsin Elk Population Continues to Expand

Thanks to recent trapping and relocation efforts, Wisconsin’s northern elk population has grown by 20...
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