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New Beginnings: A First-Year Hunter’s Journey

As his family had done for generations, a father watches his son become a hunter.

Trinity Oaks: Providing Positive Outdoor Experiences to Those in Need

This Texas-based organization is yet another example of how sportsmen give back to their communities.

New to the Great Outdoors and Hunting?

Scan these tips for resources in getting started in hunting and the shooting sports.

104-Year-Old Woman Takes First Buck

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

New Video Shows Value of Hunting to African Wildlife Conservation

A new Property and Environment Research Center video touts hunting’s economic and anti-poaching benefits.

24 Lions: One Year Later

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

Camp Freedom Helps the Disabled Enjoy Hunting and Shooting

Thanks to an NRA Board member’s purchase of 1,800 acres, disabled sportsmen enjoy free adventures.

Kicking Bear Helps Disabled Youth Chase His Dreams

Forces join to help a youth with disabilities to take a huge Wisconsin black bear.

Hunter Who Survived 9/11 Honored in Mossy Oak Video

The camouflage manufacturer tells Will Jimeno’s story with subtly, skill and respect.

Examining Hunter Ethics and Morality

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

Two Suspected Rhino Poachers Killed in Botswana

Supported by hunters’ dollars, anti-poaching efforts lead to taking out poachers in the Okavango Delta.

Nonresident Hunter Numbers in Many States on the Rise

Despite the decline in hunter numbers, a recent study shows nonresident hunter numbers are increasing.

Father-Daughter Bonds Strengthen Through Hunting

By sharing their love of the outdoors, outdoorsmen influence their daughters’ self-sufficiency for the better.

Wild Fur: The Green Alternative to Fake Fur

Nothing works as well or is softer on the environment than wild fur.

Explaining the Apollo 11 Moon Landing to Kenyans in 1969

An NRAHLF.org contributor shares how the historic event occurred while he was on safari.

“Trophy” Is Not a Four-Letter Word

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

Partnerships Propel the R3 Movement Forward

The successes and challenges of collaborative efforts continue to be explored and acted upon.

How Effective Are You as a Hunting Mentor?

A memorable mentor will make the first-time-hunter feel welcomed into the community.

Trophy Hunting’s Crucial Role in Africa

Legal, regulated hunting is what generates the revenue needed to conserve wildlife species.

Kentucky Becomes Eighth State to Offer FREE NRA Hunter Ed

The updated online course is available without cost to hunters or state agencies.
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