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Hunters Working for Hunters: The NRA Hunters’ Leadership Forum Website’s Year in Review

Here’s a rundown of some of the biggest issues that impacted hunters in 2023.

Michigan Looking to Reinstate Wolf Hunt If Species Is Delisted

The state’s Natural Resources Commission aims to control growing wolf populations.

Rep. Newhouse, Area Residents Oppose Plan to Release Grizzlies in Washington State

Public comments shed light on the dangers of being forced to live with the predators.

Waterfowl Hunter Numbers in Decline across North America

Promoting hunting’s role in conservation funding is more important than ever.

Federal Duck Stamps May Become Electronically Accessible Nationwide

A successful pilot E-stamp program is paving the way to modernization.

Latest Fatal Grizzly Bear Attack Underscores Need for Species’ Management through Hunting

A woman's death in Montana is a wake-up call to cut growing bear populations.

NRA, Partners Oppose Feds’ Attempt to Remove USFWS Oversight of Federal Subsistence Board

Operating on the front lines as well as behind the scenes is what secures conservation.

Hunters Support Emergency Closure of Caribou Hunt in Alaska GMU 13

Legal, regulated hunting is scientifically managed to ensure health of the species.

NRA’s Karen Mehall Phillips Wins National POMA Writing Award

The NRA Hunters’ Leadership Forum remains out front in saving hunting’s future.

Drop in Hunter Numbers Spurs Focus on Hunting’s Cultural Acceptance

Talking with non-hunters about hunting is the first step to securing its future.

U.S. House Resolution Aims to Halt Federal Lead Ammo Bans

Standing with science, the move works to shut down bans that hinder hunting.

Biden Administration Proposes Lead Ammunition Ban at Eight National Wildlife Refuges

Here’s the latest example of the administration’s underlying agenda.

Feds Reject Anti-Hunting Group's Lead Ammo Ban Demands

The decision foils extremists’ push to eradicate traditional ammunition… for now.

Native American Fish and Wildlife Society is the Newest Recruit to NRA’s Online Hunter Education Course

The NAFWS is now offering the free NRA program to all of its tribal members.

New Study Sheds Light on Women’s Participation in Hunting and Shooting

Understanding what women want is key to retaining their participation.

Native Americans: Our Nation’s Most Eager Hunter-Conservationists

A study shows how the outdoor lifestyle is ingrained in their culture and community.

Biden Administration Plays Tit-For-Tat on Lead Ammo Bans

Is the Interior Department exchanging land access for ammo bans?

U.S. Senate Bill Fighting Lead-Ammo-Ban Proposals Protects Hunters’ Rights

Montana’s Sen. Daines says science—not emotion—must guide policymaking.

Hunters and Beyond: NRA Women Are All Under One Roof

Thank you, NRA, for supporting us in our quest to exercise our freedoms.
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