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Wisconsin First-Time Buyers Get Hunting License Price Break

The savings is for new and lapsed hunters—residents and nonresidents alike.

Trinity Oaks Gets Kids and Combat-Injured Veterans Outdoors

Opening doors to the great outdoors is founder Tom Snyder’s goal.

A Young Hunter's Connection with the Natural World

Fifty years later, the author's childhood experiences drive his conservation ethic.

Operation Orphans: Teaching Hunting and Life Skills through the Great Outdoors

The Texas program has taken nearly 20,000 orphans on hunting and fishing trips.

In It to Win It: NRA Creates New Hunting Mentors with $120,000 First Hunt Foundation Grant

NRA Hunters’ Leadership Forum funding amplifies the FHF’s impact and reach.

6 Reasons NRA’s Great American Outdoor Show is Must-See

With 1,000+ exhibitors, the world’s largest outdoor show makes your dreams come true.

The Direct Link: Working for Wildlife

Georgia is one of many states offering insight into hunter-conservationists’ ultimate career.

Hunting Is More Than the Harvest for Those Who Seek Adventure

Hunters enjoy remarkable experiences whether or not a game animal is taken.

NRA HLF Member Spotlight: Mark Peterson and the Toughest of the 43

True grit paves the way in earning a 43-species North American Waterfowl Slam.

MTN DEW to Award Outdoor Nonprofits in America’s Heartland $200K in Grants

Country music’s Chase Rice urges nominating your favorite group by Nov. 8.

Momentous Moves: Cabela Family Transplants Wild Cheetahs to Mozambique in 2nd Historic Apex Predator Transport

From African lions to cheetahs, the family continues its quest to conserve.

Little Things Mean a Lot

Your smallest gesture may be what piques someone’s interest in hunting.

Alabama’s Free Handgun Course Educates and Trains New Shooters

The safety course hits the mark amid a national surge in gun ownership.

Free 2021 R3 Virtual Forum This Week

Register now to attend the half-day event on May 5.

2021 National R3 Symposium in May Now a Virtual Forum

An in-person symposium to “recruit, retain and reactivate” hunters will resume in 2022.

Why Exposure and Interaction with Nature Is a First Step to Hunter Recruitment

Our childhood encounters with wildlife reveal our connection to all living things.

Mentor Sparks a Lifetime of Hunting Passion

Thanks to a hunting mentor, the author now refers to spring fever as turkey season.

Top Hunting Artist Receives NRA Hunters’ Leadership Forum Award

John Seerey-Lester’s paintings tell the rich stories of hunting and wildlife conservation.

Experts Say Prevention Is Key in Fighting Coronavirus

Check out Vaccines on the Go for updates in preventing diseases impacting traveling hunters.

Texas Bolstering Deer Populations after 2019 Anthrax Outbreak

State wildlife biologists transplant deer to areas impacted areas by last summer’s anthrax outbreak.
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