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Another Group Petitions Feds to Ban Lead Ammo on Public Lands

Sidestepping science, the real goal is to hinder participation in hunting and shooting.

Wyoming Grizzly Bear Attack Amplifies Need for Species’ Management

More humans are harmed as the recovered species remains delisted.

The Gift That Keeps Giving: NRA’s Hunter Education Course Generates $173,911 for Tennessee Conservation Efforts

The state will use funds to bolster its fish and wildlife conservation efforts.

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.

Animal Rights Extremist Groups Sue Feds over Missed Deadline on Gray Wolf Decision

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will be forced to make a final determination.

Let’s Talk Hunter Safety

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

Feds Ratchet Up Assault on Lead Ammo

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

Hunters, Shooters Face More Lead Ban Proposals

Sidestepping science, anti-hunters seek to end hunting through more false claims.

NRA Presents Check for $122,720 to Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation

Here’s another reason Oklahoma appreciates NRA’s free online hunter education course.

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.

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.

Voice of Leadership: The Evolution of Evaluating America’s Wildlife Restoration and Recruitment Efforts

Wildlife agencies succeed due to ongoing assessment of outcome-based strategies.

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.

41 Conservation Partners Urge Feds Not to Settle Extremists’ Lawsuit

Will the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service uphold hunter access to wildlife refuge lands?

NRA Files Suit to Dismiss Case Against USFWS and Keep Public Lands Open

The NRA and its partners aim to end a Center for Biological Diversity lawsuit.

Where Our Taxes Go: Pittman-Robertson Funds for Wildlife Conservation Featured in New Video

Thanks hunters, anglers and shooters for funding the bulk of conservation.

Hunters, Shooters and Anglers Paying a Record $1.5 Billion for Conservation in 2022

The Interior Department says the funding secures wildlife and their habitats.

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.

Extremists Sue Feds over Trump Rule Expanding Hunting and Fishing on Wildlife Refuges

The USFWS and sportsmen are under attack in federal district court.

Federal Lawsuit Over Removal of Gray Wolf Protections Goes Before U.S. District Court Judge

A judge hears arguments as anti-hunters push to relist the recovered species.
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