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Colorado Hunting/Fishing License Needed to Enter State Wildlife Areas

On July 1, campers and backpackers will pay their share to access state wildlife areas.

California to Vote on Hunting Import Ban of Legally Hunted Wildlife

Set for a hearing on May 26, S.B. 1175 would criminalize possession of 13 species.

Empty Shelves in Meat Sections Bring on Rush of New Hunters

People finally realize meat is not made at the grocery store.

NRA-ILA Partners with Colorado Stop the Wolf Coalition

NRA-ILA backs wildlife professionals in fight over animal rights extremists’ wolf ballot initiative.

Woman Attacked by Mountain Lion in Colorado RV Park

Despite increased human-cat encounters, the state has failed to implement predator control.

Dick’s Sporting Goods to Yank Hunting Gear from 400-Plus Stores

Will hunters stop buying their other sporting goods from Dick’s?

Virginia Hunters Raise $17,684.89 to Feed the Hungry

Virginia Hunters Who Care is just one example of hunters making the world better.

NRAHLF.org Contributor Wins National Award

Kudos to the website and contributor Phil Phillips for delivering the news on hunting issues.

Antis Cry to Close Hunting As Grizzlies Expand Range

Wildlife officials confirm grizzly bear populations span from the wilderness to the farm.

No Cat Hunting in British Columbia?

The same group that got grizzly hunting banned is now going after the cats.

Six Ways to Portray a Positive Image for Hunting

Who we are when nonhunters are watching—and when they're not—determines how they perceive us.

Pride of Mountain Lions Prowls Colorado Community

Colorado has so many mountain lions that they roam in prides.

Polar Bears Lose Fear of Humans as They Overtake a Russian Village

Declared a state of emergency, a Russian town is terrorized by the Arctic beasts.

PETA Traumatizes Kids with Barbecued Dog

More fake news from PETA as it serves up a dog barbecue in Australia.

Raising Poachers’ Fines Makes These Criminals Think Twice

A retired game warden recommends issuing stiffer penalties to combat poaching.

California City Prepares to Cull Pet-Eating Coyotes

Torrence residents’ call to action addresses the predators’ increasing attacks on children and pets.

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.

Interior Dept. Grants $495K to Utah and Arizona for Big Game Migration Research

Research funding through S.O. 3362 covers the cost to collar and study 180 mule deer.

Secretary Zinke Upholds States’ Wildlife Management Authority

His new policy settles the issue between state and federal agencies despite which entity owns...

Updated Pittman-Robertson Bill Advances to Senate

The new plan permits states to use funds for increasing hunter participation without abandoning conservation...
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