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Identifying a Functional Hunting Scope for Less Money

Matching a scope to a rifle and hunting style costs less than newcomers may think.

Why Wildlife Needs More Hunter Recruitment Officers

The job of saving hunting is the job of saving the wild.

The Hunt Should Be Part of Hunting

With today’s posh lodges and high-tech tools, don't give up the real adventure.

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.

Why It’s Prime Time to Gear Up for Coyotes

Overrun by coyotes? Here’s what you need to know to prep for your hunt.

Sport Hunting Defined

Why hunting is a sport and how it differs from market hunting and poaching.

When It’s Okay to Be a Selfish Hunter

While mentoring new hunters, set aside time also to relish your own connection to nature.

Youth Hunting Camp Promotes Fun and Adventure

Exposing kids to hunting delivers rewards that hunting mentors can’t foresee.

Why We Hunt Big Predators

Author Ron Spomer takes on the question the collective hunting community is so often asked...

Hunters Set the Rules—and Hold Themselves Accountable

Hunting is often more akin to a religion than a sport, steeped in ethics.

When Hunting Debates Pit Morals against Biology

If maintaining sustainable populations of all game species is the goal, isn’t the managed hunting...

Hunting’s Dirty Little Secret

We all love shiny new gadgets but hunting’s not all about the gear. So when...

Dollars for Deer: Hunters’ Contributions at Work

Share with non-hunters how we “pay to play” to perpetuate the wildlife and wild places...

‘Tis the Season: Take Precautions against Lyme Disease

With the tick-borne disease most prevalent in summer, heed this refresher on how to prevent...

Why Women Hunt

As the author notes, “Hunters are hunters regardless of their sex. Thus it has always...

Explaining Hunting to Nonhunters

Most nonhunters are not antis—they just need to be educated. Here’s how.