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New ESA Rules to Engage Private Sector in Species Recovery

The DOI rules set the stage to deliver on the law’s goal of species recovery.

Trump Nominates Aurelia Skipwith to Lead USFWS

The DOI Secretary and groups like the NRA applaud the move as good for conservation.

NRA Hunters’ Leadership Event Kicks Off NRA Show in Indy

American hunters stand united on recruiting hunters into our way of life.

U.S. Senate Confirms Bernhardt as Secretary of the Interior

President Trump's pick prioritizes wildlife conservation while managing natural resources.

The Official Process Begins to Delist the Gray Wolf

The Department of the Interior recognizes the species’ recovery and moves to lift ESA protections.

President Signs Lands Bill That Protects Hunting Access

Bill’s passage enhances access to hunting and recreational shooting on federal lands.

The NRA Hunters’ Leadership Forum Year in Review

As we wrap up 2018, here are some of the stories that shaped our year.

Interior Dept. Grants $495K to Utah and Arizona for Big Game Migration Research

Research funding through S.O. 3362 covers the cost to collar and study 180 mule deer.

Debunking the Yellowstone Grizzly Delisting Lawsuits

Despite that Yellowstone-area grizzly bears have surpassed ESA recovery goals, anti-hunting extremists are suing the...

Zinke’s Employee “Shotgun Showdown” Promotes Hunting

Department of the Interior (DOI) Secretary Ryan Zinke’s “Shotgun Showdown” entails playing the “Big Buck...

Avid Sportsman Named Deputy Interior Secretary

The good news for American outdoorsmen continues as the Senate confirms NRA-backed David Bernhardt the...

Antis Distort Science & Stats on Lead Poisoning in Fish and Wildlife

When Secretary Zinke overturned the Obama Administration’s lead ammo ban on Mar. 2, the antis...

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Crushes More Than a Ton of Confiscated Ivory

The U.S. Department of the Interior on June 19 convened in New York City’s Times...