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Hog Wild: A Hunter’s View of America’s Feral Swine Invasion

Wild hogs now cost the nation billions annually in damages and population control.

Touting Hunters’ Role in Invasive and Native Species Management

Hunters keep wildlife populations in check, fund habitat enhancement and boost the economy.

Imprisoned in Suburbia and Homesick for Wilderness

Connecting with nature underscores that we are a part of—not apart from—the natural world.

Green Eggs and Hunt: Examining Hunting’s Role in Nature and Humanity

We’re all hunters at our core as we work to sustain the natural world.

Taking Grizzlies from Field to Table?

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

How Much Meat Should You Take from Your Harvests?

The author looks at the ethics and legalities of processing nature’s finest protein.

How Long before Cougars Realize Humans Are Prey?

Are increasing cougar attacks on humans due to the fact that we are low-hanging fruit?

USFWS Director Pledges to Fight for Sportsmen at Hunters’ Convention

The USFWS’ Aurelia Skipwith stands with hunters in touting common-sense, science-based wildlife management.

Religions of the World Support Hunting

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

Honoring All of the Beast Includes the Horns

You can honor the hunt while still being awe-inspired by an animal’s majesty.

Indiana R3 Efforts Creating Hunters, Trappers and Shooters

Three-to-six-month programs ensure engagement while imparting hunter skills.

Trump Taps First African American to Lead USFWS

Aurelia Skipwith stands to continue the Trump administration’s aim of balanced wildlife management.

Millennials On Safari

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

Anti-Hunters Vandalize Treestands, Harass Hunters in Wisconsin

As anti-hunting groups praise sabotage and harassment, hunters are warned to watch their backs.

Free Minnesota Youth Hunting Camps Spike Hunter Recruitment

Here’s how one man is making a real difference in recruiting the next generation.

Wolf Released at Michigan National Park to Cull Moose

Overrun with moose, Isle Royale National Park is introducing more of the apex predators.

Maine Sees Increase in Female Moose Hunters

Additional big-game hunters could be leveraged to manage the tick-infested population.

Research Shows Nonhunting Outdoor Enthusiasts Impact Wildlife

Hikers, campers, mountain bikers and the lot send wildlife fleeing.

USFWS Seeks to Delist Whitetail Subspecies in Florida Keys

Despite threats, the recovery of the Key deer is a conservation success story.

Why Wildlife Needs More Hunter Recruitment Officers

The job of saving hunting is the job of saving the wild.
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