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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.

Top Hunting Artist Receives NRA Hunters’ Leadership Forum Award

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

What Does New Jersey's Pope-And-Young Record Black Bear Mean?

Harvesting the biggest bruin yet underscores the species’ expansion amid push to end its hunting.

Woman Attacked by Mountain Lion in Colorado RV Park

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

How Much Meat Should You Take from Your Harvests?

The author looks at the ethics and legalities of processing nature’s finest protein.

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

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

How Long before Cougars Realize Humans Are Prey?

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

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.

Witnessing Nature’s Harshness Firsthand

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

When to Follow a Wounded Game Animal

Responsibility, experience, good judgment determine how long to wait before tracking a wounded animal.

24 Lions: One Year Later

Mozambique’s hunter-funded wildlife conservation wins prove how legal, regulated hunting benefits all.

NRA Firearms Training Has Real-Life Benefits

While NRA training ensures we are safe and successful hunters, the real-world benefits go deeper.

Wolf Released at Michigan National Park to Cull Moose

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

Examining Hunter Ethics and Morality

Personal morals come into play when considering the role of ethics in legal, regulated hunting.

The Atlantic Gets It Right: Save Moose by Hunting More

Snow cover cannot be controlled but lowering the population saves calves from death by ticks.

When the Hunter Is the Hunted

Vigilance and the right handgun can mean the difference between life and death.

Animals Still Die When Hunting Is Banned

Here is why legal, regulated hunting is the key to managing game populations.

How Effective Are You as a Hunting Mentor?

A memorable mentor will make the first-time-hunter feel welcomed into the community.

NRAHLF.org Contributor Wins National Award

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