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NRA HLF Award Winner, Renown Artist and Conservationist John Seery-Lester Passes Away

Seerey-Lester’s remarkable work and achievements live on as we embrace his legacy.

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.

NRA Signs Letter to Governors, Mayors to Keep Hunting Open

A coalition of hunter-backed groups presses government officials to lift hunting bans during the pandemic.

What Hunters Can Do During Coronavirus Quarantine

Here’s a to-do list for hunters who find they have extra time on their hands.

Namibian PH Says Hunting Is the Game Changer for Conservation

Danene van der Westhuyzen touts hunting’s role in conservation, urging hunters to tell that story.

Poachers Assassinate Rhino Poaching Investigator in South Africa

Terrorists killed Lt. Col. Brewer to end his exposure of poaching syndicates and corruption.

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

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

NRA’s Susan Hayes Wins SCI Diana Award

Amid family and business demands, this world-class hunter is committed to advancing hunting.

How Long before Cougars Realize Humans Are Prey?

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

Honoring All of the Beast Includes the Horns

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

Witnessing Nature’s Harshness Firsthand

A hunter’s sadness over a temporarily depleted resource gives way to nature's reality.

New Video Shows Value of Hunting to African Wildlife Conservation

A new Property and Environment Research Center video touts hunting’s economic and anti-poaching benefits.

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.

South African Nations Threaten to Leave Global Conservation Treaty

Its preservationist attitude may tear the landmark conservation agreement apart.

The Surest Way to Create Future Wildlife Conservationists

From gators to ant trails, connecting kids to nature launches a lifetime of outdoor enjoyment.

The Future of African Wildlife Hangs in the Balance

The American and African hunting communities await decisions being made in Geneva.

New ESA Rules to Engage Private Sector in Species Recovery

The DOI rules set the stage to deliver on the law’s goal of species recovery.

Congress Weighs African Experience in Trophy Hunting Debate

The CECIL Act would disrupt the wildlife-driven economies of more than a dozen African nations.

“Trophy” Is Not a Four-Letter Word

A “trophy” is the memory of the experience and of those with whom you hunted.
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