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Interior Secretary Announces Historic Expansion of Hunting and Fishing Opportunities on Public Lands

Opening 2.3 million more acres brings the Trump administration’s total to a record 4-million-plus.

Hunting is a Matter of National Security

There is a clear crossover in skill sets required for hunting and military service.

45 Million Hunters and Anglers Bypassing Hollywood with the Film “The Harvest”

Can it boost hunting the way 1992’s “A River Runs Through It” boosted fly fishing?

State Wildlife Agencies’ Hunt Raffles Support Wildlife and Habitat

These creative fundraising initiatives aid wildlife while creating more hunting opportunities.

New Jersey Bear Hunt Restrictions Lead to Increased Human-Bear Conflicts

N.J. Gov. Phil Murphy’s decision to severely restrict bear hunting is a proven disaster.

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.

Make a Hunt Reservation to Go Native This Fall

American Indian reservations offer great hunting and welcome hunters’ dollars.

How to Access Hunting Opportunities on U.S. Military Bases

Much of the land owned by our armed forces is available for public hunting.

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

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

SCI Show Showcases Hunting History at Rigby Booth

Iconic gunmaker Rigby is one of 50 world-class makers exhibiting at the SCI Convention.

Utah’s Early Closure of Swan Hunt Attests to Species Recovery

State agencies’ and hunters’ efforts are preserving the threatened trumpeter swan.

Trump Taps First African American to Lead USFWS

Aurelia Skipwith stands to continue the Trump administration’s aim of balanced wildlife management.

Utah’s Ogden Bay: The Birthplace of Modern Wetlands Conservation

Thanks to sportsmen, the bay was the first project to benefit from the Pittman-Robertson Act.

24 Lions: One Year Later

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

Hunting on History’s Continuum

Connecting with history is all part of honoring and celebrating nature’s bounty.

The Future of African Wildlife Hangs in the Balance

The American and African hunting communities await decisions being made in Geneva.

The Long History of Nonresident Hunting Licenses

Hunters ultimately overlook the hurdles of nonresident hunting licenses because our funding saves wildlife.

How Effective Are You as a Hunting Mentor?

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

Extremists Sue Feds to End Bear Baiting in Two States

Antis contend grizzlies are being confused for black bears in Wyoming and Idaho.

Antis Cry to Close Hunting As Grizzlies Expand Range

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