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American Wildlife Conservation Partners Celebrate 20 Years of Conservation Success

The 50-group coalition continues to chart the course to protect wildlife’s future.

Deadly Consequences: Grizzly Bear Kills Camper in Montana

The recovered species’ fatal attacks on humans are at an all-time high.

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.

Celebrating the Trump Administration’s Hunting and Conservation Success

Four years of action marked unprecedented accomplishments for hunters on the federal level.

The Citizen Conservation that Saved California Tule Elk

A German immigrant with a cattle empire was the first to conserve the species.

Mountain Goats: A Wilderness Icon On the Way Out?

Here's how the species' story has come up against its own success.

Birds of a Feather: Hunter-Led Conservation Ensured a Future for America’s Iconic Swan Species

Hunting groups worked to stabilize tundra swan populations and restore the trumpeter swan.

How Hunters Help Native Americans

A hunt on the Crow Creek Reservation shows just how hunters aid the community.

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

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

President Trump Signs Great American Outdoors Act into Law

President Trump and Interior Secretary Bernhardt marked the milestone at an Aug. 4 signing ceremony.

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

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

Two Major Congressional Bills to Benefit Hunting and Wildlife Conservation

The first bill—the Great American Outdoors Act—may be on the President’s desk this week.

Isle Royale National Park Is Epicenter of Ongoing Wolf-Moose Study

Spanning decades, the study continues to help scientists understand predator-prey relationships.

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

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

First Lady and Interior Secretary Promote “Every Kid Outdoors”

The program allows fourth-graders to see America’s national parks and historic sites for free.

Wolf Released at Michigan National Park to Cull Moose

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

Hunting, Transplanting Needed to Cut Arizona Bison Population

Grand Canyon park officials say the burgeoning bison population may severely harm the landscape.

Trump Nominates Aurelia Skipwith to Lead USFWS

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

USFWS Extends Comment Period for Delisting Gray Wolves

Look for anti-hunters to use Yellowstone wolf decline as excuse to not lift ESA protections.
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