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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.

Acting DOI Secretary Continues Big Game Conservation Efforts

David Bernhardt announced that $1.5 million has been approved to benefit Western big game.

USFWS, NRA and SCI Appeal Closure of Grizzly Bear Hunt

Groups challenge a federal judge’s ruling to cancel hunts for recovered Yellowstone-area grizzles.

U.S. Secretary of Interior Zinke to Step Down Dec. 31

The Former Navy SEAL leaves behind a long list of wildlife conservation accomplishments.

U.S. House Passes Bill to Delist Recovered Wolves

NRA-ILA led the charge to cease the incessant litigation shadowing a conservation success story.

Does a Hunter’s Gunshot Attract Predators?

Research shows wolves, grizzlies and even alligators learn to associate gunshots with an easy meal.

Can Humans Contract CWD by Consuming Infected Deer?

New research indicates that the answer is no.

Another Grizzly Mauls a Hunter as the Recovered Species’ Population Expands

Here’s another example of what happens when wildlife management decisions are based on extremists’ emotions.

Wyoming Grizzly Kills Hunting Guide

Another Lower-48 grizzly attack ended in death, while the first hunt in decades stalls in...

Hunters Set the Rules—and Hold Themselves Accountable

Hunting is often more akin to a religion than a sport, steeped in ethics.

Expanding Your Public Land Hunting Opportunities

Leave no stone unturned by targeting these additional options for public-land hunts.

Heading for the Hills? Beware of Dehydration!

Whether backpacking out West this summer or hunting its rugged peaks come fall, here’s why...

Meet General George Armstrong Custer the Hunter

Who knew General Custer—killed at the Battle of Little Bighorn on this very date—was an...
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