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How the Interstate Wildlife Violators Compact Makes Poachers Pay

It tracks wildlife violations and underscores how poaching IS NOT hunting.

Voice of Leadership: Why Deer Hunters Should Be Concerned about African Trophy Import Bans

Shouldn’t wildlife science guide management decisions around the globe?

Federal Judge Strikes Down California’s 32-Year “Assault Weapons” Ban

The fight continues as the attorney general requests a stay to file an appeal.

Four Eastern States Seeking to Expand Sunday Hunting

Here’s the latest on NRA-backed efforts to increase hunters’ options.

Voice of Leadership: Why Hunters Must Monitor Public Hunting Policy

Elected officials’ actions and voting patterns impact hunting’s future.

4 Reasons an “Assault Weapon” Ban Should Matter to Hunters

Do American hunters really think other guns won’t be next?

Interior Department’s Abrupt Closure of Northern Alaska Public Lands Puts 2021 Moose and Caribou Hunts at Risk

Hunters’ comment period ends Apr. 20 with a public hearing set for Apr. 23.

Why the Biden Administration’s Gun-Ban Plan Should Concern Hunters

An attack on any gun owners is really an attack on all gun owners.

Bigfoot Hunting Season Legislation Introduced in Oklahoma

What a way to tap into hunters’ dollars and aid the economy.

Hunters Win in California As S.B. 1175 Dies in State Senate

It’s a good day for African wildlife as the Iconic Species Act is derailed.

California Anti-Hunting S.B. 1175 Set for 1 p.m. Hearing Today

Extremists’ “yea” votes will only harm African wildlife.

Congress Passes Great American Outdoors Act, Heads for President’s Signature

Funds in part will support deferred maintenance projects on federal lands.

California Hunting Import Ban Advances to Senate Appropriations Committee

S.B. 1175 blatantly ignores the public health concerns its supporters claim it will address.

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.

How Will America Continue to Pay for Wildlife Conservation?

The conservation of our wildlife resources is a job for hunters and non-hunters alike.

Hunt Saboteurs Terrorize Hunters, Disrupt Hunts in Ireland

Hunter harassment rises on both sides of the Atlantic, despite laws protecting legal, regulated hunting.

USFWS Requests Public Input on Increasing Access to Federal Lands

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is taking sportsmen’s requests to heart.

Interior Secretary Pledges Commitment to Sportsmen at Hunting Expo

As one of us, DOI Secretary David Bernhardt is making sportsmen’s priorities his own.

Pa. Legislators Recognized for Hard Work on Sunday Hunting

NRA-ILA presents awards to those who led the charge to secure Sunday hunting.
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