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Colorado Predator Wars: First Wolves, Now Cats as Extremists Aim to Put Cat Hunting Ban on November Ballot

‘Ballot-box biology’ bypasses wildlife science and the legislative and regulatory process.

Two National Conservation Groups Showcase Hunters’ Dollars at Work

Here are just two examples of the extent to which hunters invest in conservation.

My Journey Into Hunting

The author credits hunting with instilling a sense of pride and enhancing family ties.

Grant Applications for Maryland’s 2024 Venison Donation Grant Program Due June 16

The state is awarding $25,000 to wild game meat donation program partners.

A Wife’s Journey from Urban Life to the Hunting Woods

This husband says there is a special joy when introducing a spouse to hunting.

More Consumers Relying on Hunting to Sidestep Rising Food Costs

Inflation is driving Americans to find ways to lower grocery bills.

Trinity Oaks Gets Kids and Combat-Injured Veterans Outdoors

Opening doors to the great outdoors is founder Tom Snyder’s goal.

Virginia's Second Annual Elk Hunt a Success

It’s a win for wildlife conservation as elk now flourish in the Old Dominion State.

University of Montana’s Wild Sustenance Class Offers College Credit for Learning to Hunt

With RMEF support, the program is opening doors to hunting and conservation.

American Heart Association Campaign Urges Hunters to Be ‘Heart Healthy’

Hunter safety includes knowing the signs of a heart attack or stroke.

Wyoming Gov. Gordon Launches “Inspire a Kid” Initiative with State’s Game and Fish Department

The governor encourages Wyoming’s youth to explore the great outdoors.

Colorado Ballot Initiative Would Ban Mountain Lion Hunting

A ballot measure is scheduled for a review and public comment hearing on Oct. 6.

NRA’s Karen Mehall Phillips Wins National POMA Writing Award

The NRA Hunters’ Leadership Forum remains out front in saving hunting’s future.

Wyoming Hunter Launches “Let a Deer Walk” Program Following State’s Disastrous Winterkill

Hunters remain America’s top conservationists as Western states address wildlife losses.

Colorado Bill Defining Wolves as “Experimental Population” Heads to House Floor Today

The critical bill would protect the state’s management authority and oversight.

African Hunt Shows How Taking the Oldest Animals Sustains Viable Populations

With no fat, no muscle and teeth worn to stubs, the bushbuck wouldn’t survive winter.

Voice of Leadership: How Conservation Is Funded—Cute Bear Cubs and All

American sportsmen secure funding for wildlife and their habitats.

Voice of Leadership: 8 Pointers for Choosing a First Rifle

Eye dominance, caliber, proper fit and budget are all factors in rifle selection.

Wyoming Bill Aims to Stop Private Landowners from Blocking Public Land Access

It protects private-landowner rights while keeping public lands open.
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