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Washington Governor to Be Sued for Appointing Anti-Hunters to Wildlife Commission

Stacking the commission through biased appointments violates state code.

What’s With New Jersey’s Abysmal 2022 Black Bear Harvest?

Anti-hunters’ last minute legal challenge closed half of the weeklong season.

The Direct Link: Working for Wildlife

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

NJ Governor Reinstates Bear Hunt, Cites “Data is Clear: Our Black Bear Population Is Growing”

Supporting the science, the move ends the long tug-of-war over the state’s bear hunt.

Black Bear Attacks 10-Year-Old Connecticut Boy

Encounters are escalating as bears become accustomed to eating human food.

New Jersey Aims to Circumvent Carry Rights Gains with New Legislation

Assembly Bill 4769 ignores the U.S. Supreme Court’s Bruen decision.

Oregon Hunters and Wildlife Managers Face Devastating Ballot Initiative on Nov. 8

For starters, it would require government permission to exercise firearm rights.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Expands Hunter Access While Restricting Use of Traditional Lead Ammo

The Biden administration’s ban on lead ammunition takes effect in 2026.

Happy Birthday, Pittman-Robertson Act: Celebrating 85 Years of American Hunter-Backed Conservation

Would the whitetail deer or turkey have survived if not for hunters’ dollars?

APHIS Flip-Flops On Waterfowl Import Ban

Department of Argiculture’s Animal and Plant Inspection Service reverses recent ruling.

On Target: Missouri Makes Archery the Official State Sport

Thanks to Gov. Mike Parson, archery is big news in the Show Me State.

NRA-Backed Lawsuit Challenges California Ban on Marketing Firearms for Youth Hunting and Shooting Sports Programs

A high school shooting league is just one group folding to avoid a $25K fine.

Hillsdale College’s New Nimrod Education Center Educates Students on Hunters’ Role in Wildlife Conservation

The new facility provides courses, scholarships and grants to foster public education.

How a House Repeal of the Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act Would Harm Wildlife and Sportsmen

Rather than decrease crime, H.R. 2814 would negatively impact conservation funding.

NRA, American Wildlife Conservation Partners Stand with Sportsmen Against “Assault Weapons” Ban Legislation

The coalition urges House leaders to oppose the unconstitutional legislation.

Bowfishing for Invasive Fish Species in Alaska—or Anywhere—Keeps Archery Skills Sharp

Here’s Alaska’s take on using sportsmen to manage invasive fish species’ populations.

Let’s Talk Hunter Safety

Hunters’ “safety first” mentality keeps hunting one of America’s safest sports.

The Ongoing Saga of the Grizzly Bear

Here’s what happens when a recovered predator is given federal protections.

NRA, Partner Groups Oppose Import Ban of Legally Hunted African Game Animals

The ban would harm Africa’s wildlife and rural economies.

Washington State’s Anti-Hunting Wildlife Commission Majority Pushes to Overhaul Game Management Plan

Clouded by bias, extremists ignore hunting's role as a common-sense wildlife management tool.
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