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Hog Wild: A Hunter’s View of America’s Feral Swine Invasion

Wild hogs now cost the nation billions annually in damages and population control.

Make a Hunt Reservation to Go Native This Fall

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

How Much Meat Should You Take from Your Harvests?

The author looks at the ethics and legalities of processing nature’s finest protein.

Religions of the World Support Hunting

Most all religions support ethical hunting and honor animals taken through ritual and prayer.

Accepting the Challenge of Handgun Hunting

A journey into the handgun arena has delivered hunting excitement and personal rewards.

New Beginnings: A First-Year Hunter’s Journey

As his family had done for generations, a father watches his son become a hunter.

Are Deer Passing Bovine Tuberculosis to Hunters?

With about 2 percent of one Michigan herd infected, contracting TB is unlikely, if careful.

NRA Employees Celebrate Hunting at Wild Game Luncheon

NRA Hunter Services treated co-workers to a free venison lunch at NRA headquarters.

Examining Hunter Ethics and Morality

Personal morals come into play when considering the role of ethics in legal, regulated hunting.

NRA Site Matches Game Meat Donations with Needy

Have a tag to fill but can’t use the meat? Get paired with nearby hungry.

Virginia Hunters Raise $17,684.89 to Feed the Hungry

Virginia Hunters Who Care is just one example of hunters making the world better.

Connecticut Rolls Out NRA-Based Whitetail Hunting Clinics

Adding regional specifics to NRA curricula creates tailor-made hunting programs.

Maine Logs Highest Deer Harvest in Nearly Two Decades

The Pine Tree state's new R3 coordinator readies to follow Georgia’s hunter growth example.

Connecticut Hosts Popular Venison Processing Workshops

Learn from a professional meat cutter how to utilize every part of your game animal.

Can Humans Contract CWD by Consuming Infected Deer?

New research indicates that the answer is no.

Federal Judge Puts Grizzly Bear Hunts on Hold

A judge postpones the NRA- and SCI-backed hunts near Yellowstone a day before the season...

Hunters Set the Rules—and Hold Themselves Accountable

Hunting is often more akin to a religion than a sport, steeped in ethics.

Observing Memorial Day

We all-American hunters forever honor those who fought for our freedom and made the ultimate...

Kudos to Virginia’s Hunters for the Hungry Program

Here’s how state HFH programs make a difference in the lives of those less fortunate.

Feral Hogs in the ’Burbs: Could Hunters Help?

As wild hogs overrun residential areas in Texas and the Southeast, hunters are the common...
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