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The New Administration’s Silent Attack on Hunters

Will the new Interior secretary support hunting on public lands?

Disaster and Deliverance for Antelope Island’s Bighorn Sheep

Here’s how KUIU and hunters partnered to restore the Utah island herd.

Montana Votes No on Proposed New Bow Law

The bowhunting community’s 40-plus-year debate over bow let-off continues.

A Pandemic-Inspired Surge in Hunting Participation? Media Reports Indicate It!

Uptick in numbers may help halt long decline in hunting.

Caught on Video: Grizzly Kills Mature Bull Elk in Yellowstone Park

When it comes to wildlife management, don’t elk lives matter, too?

NRAHLF.org Contributor’s Article Wins National POMA Writing Award

The NRA HLF website wins Professional Outdoor Media Association honors three years in a row.

Youth Archery Camps Change Lives One Arrow at a Time

Raised at Full Draw offers opportunities to learn about archery, hunting and the outdoors.

NRA-ILA Partners with Colorado Stop the Wolf Coalition

NRA-ILA backs wildlife professionals in fight over animal rights extremists’ wolf ballot initiative.

Infectious Mat Best “Quarantine” Song Calls Out Anti-Hunting Buds

Veteran celebs, athletes and country music stars team up—remotely—bringing good cheer to all.

Utah’s Early Closure of Swan Hunt Attests to Species Recovery

State agencies’ and hunters’ efforts are preserving the threatened trumpeter swan.

New Beginnings: A First-Year Hunter’s Journey

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

Another Hunter Kills A Grizzly Bear in Self-Defense

This is what happens when animal rights extremists put predators' welfare above that of humans'.

The Economic Impact of Hunting: Significant and Growing!

A government report cites that hunting and trapping generate $6.709 billion—annually.

Nonresident Hunter Numbers in Many States on the Rise

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

Trump Nominates Aurelia Skipwith to Lead USFWS

The DOI Secretary and groups like the NRA applaud the move as good for conservation.

How Hunters Can Keep Lyme Disease at Bay

Being vigilant need not curtail your time in tick-infested fields and woods.

Antis Cry to Close Hunting As Grizzlies Expand Range

Wildlife officials confirm grizzly bear populations span from the wilderness to the farm.

New Bill Aims to End Almost All U.S. Grizzly Bear Hunting

If passed, science-based hunts would be banned in every state except Alaska.

The Joys of Deer Hunting with Family and Friends

The camaraderie of hunting camp is yet one more reason we hunt.

A Hunter’s Duty Includes Leaving the Hunting Legacy Intact

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