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Feds Ratchet Up Assault on Lead Ammo

Sportsmen have until Aug. 8 to submit comments against a proposed USFWS rule.

New Senate Bill Aims to Ban Use of Traditional Lead Ammunition on U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Lands

The bill’s true purpose is to attack American hunters and legal, regulated hunting.

NRA Appeals California Court’s Decision to Relist Gray Wolves

The NRA filed suit on April 11, standing with hunters to set the record straight.

Federal Subsistence Board Closes Millions of Acres in Alaska to Non-Local Caribou and Moose Hunters

The move impacts residents and nonresidents alike starting in August 2022.

Equal Access to Injustice: Animal Rights Extremists’ Misuse of the Equal Access to Justice Act

Extremist groups hijack it to force taxpayers to cover their attorney fees.

Conservation Groups Urge Interior Department to Appeal Federal Court’s Relisting of Gray Wolf

Science shows the recovered species needs no Endangered Species Act protections.

Virginia Sunday Hunting Measure Sent to Governor

The bill expands hunter access to public lands and bolsters the state’s economy.

California Judge Restores Federal Protection For Gray Wolves

The recovered species is being relisted under the Endangered Species Act.

Having Hunters’ Backs: The NRA Hunters’ Leadership Forum Website’s Year in Review

Revisit top stories from 2021 as we work to address threats to hunting’s future.

Biden Administration Flip-Flops on Gray Wolf Management

Yet science shows the delisted species has long since recovered.

Department of Interior Opens 2.1 Million Acres to American Hunters and Anglers

The expansion is just in time for the fall hunting seasons.

Sportsmen’s Groups Fight Proposal Potentially Banning all Legally Traded Wildlife

Hunter-conservationists mobilize to uphold lawful hunting and wildlife conservation.

Hunters Prevail: Interior Department Defers Closing 40 Million Alaska Acres to Hunting This Fall

Backed by science, hunting groups mobilized to push any decision to 2022.

Interior Department’s Abrupt Closure of Northern Alaska Public Lands Puts 2021 Moose and Caribou Hunts at Risk

Hunters’ comment period ends Apr. 20 with a public hearing set for Apr. 23.

The Truth about Texas’ Exotic Wildlife

Hunters’ dollars save species where hunting is leveraged as a management tool.

NRA Gives Hunters a Voice in Three Gray Wolf Delisting Lawsuits

NRA and SCI are working to defend hunting and keep wolf numbers in check.

The New Administration’s Silent Attack on Hunters

Will the new Interior secretary support hunting on public lands?

Celebrating the Trump Administration’s Hunting and Conservation Success

Four years of action marked unprecedented accomplishments for hunters on the federal level.

Mountain Goats: A Wilderness Icon On the Way Out?

Here's how the species' story has come up against its own success.

What Are Public-Land Advocates?

Rather than take public-land hunting opportunities for granted, help keep public lands public.
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