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Revisiting the 2018 National R3 Symposium

You, too, can get involved in the effort to recruit, retain and reactivate hunters.

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

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

NRA 2019: Another Year of Working for American Hunters

This year NRAHLF.org reported on 10 "wins" that the NRA secured for American hunters.

Underscoring the Importance of Fair Chase

Help non-hunters understand that hunting is based on ethics, safety and fair chase.

Trump Taps First African American to Lead USFWS

Aurelia Skipwith stands to continue the Trump administration’s aim of balanced wildlife management.

Study Shows Americans Shifting Away from Wildlife Realities

Urban lifestyles and shrinking rural populations are shifting public values toward wildlife.

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.

Utah’s Ogden Bay: The Birthplace of Modern Wetlands Conservation

Thanks to sportsmen, the bay was the first project to benefit from the Pittman-Robertson Act.

Are Deer Passing Bovine Tuberculosis to Hunters?

With about 2 percent of one Michigan herd infected, contracting TB is unlikely, if careful.

Hunters and Shooters Building Bridges with Hollywood

NRAHLF.org contributor and producer kicks off inaugural Hollywood Celebrity Archery Shoot on Nov. 16.

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.

Study Cites Support of Hunting, Fishing, Shooting, Trapping

Underscoring NRA data, an NSSF study touts positive attitudes on traditional outdoor activities.

Controlling Feral Hogs with a Sterilization-Hunting Combo

South Carolina explores wild pig overpopulation and curtailing its economic and ecological damage.

South African Nations Threaten to Leave Global Conservation Treaty

Its preservationist attitude may tear the landmark conservation agreement apart.

Research Shows Nonhunting Outdoor Enthusiasts Impact Wildlife

Hikers, campers, mountain bikers and the lot send wildlife fleeing.

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.

Nonresident Hunter Numbers in Many States on the Rise

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

Congress Weighs African Experience in Trophy Hunting Debate

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