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How Will America Continue to Pay for Wildlife Conservation?

The conservation of our wildlife resources is a job for hunters and non-hunters alike.

Touting Hunters’ Role in Invasive and Native Species Management

Hunters keep wildlife populations in check, fund habitat enhancement and boost the economy.

Make a Hunt Reservation to Go Native This Fall

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

What Hunters Can Do During Coronavirus Quarantine

Here’s a to-do list for hunters who find they have extra time on their hands.

“Tiger King” and the Dramatization of Conservation

Netflix’s docuseries provides a jaw-dropping look at wildlife ownership, not to be confused with conservation.

How to Access Hunting Opportunities on U.S. Military Bases

Much of the land owned by our armed forces is available for public hunting.

Texas Bolstering Deer Populations after 2019 Anthrax Outbreak

State wildlife biologists transplant deer to areas impacted areas by last summer’s anthrax outbreak.

When Hunting with Kids, A Deer's Age Isn't Everything

A 5-year-old boy teaches his father a lesson in the joys of hunting.

How Long before Cougars Realize Humans Are Prey?

Are increasing cougar attacks on humans due to the fact that we are low-hanging fruit?

Honoring All of the Beast Includes the Horns

You can honor the hunt while still being awe-inspired by an animal’s majesty.

New Beginnings: A First-Year Hunter’s Journey

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

Study Shows Americans Shifting Away from Wildlife Realities

Urban lifestyles and shrinking rural populations are shifting public values toward wildlife.

Millennials On Safari

When promoting the joys of hunting, an African safari can be the affordable choice.

When to Follow a Wounded Game Animal

Responsibility, experience, good judgment determine how long to wait before tracking a wounded animal.

Are Deer Passing Bovine Tuberculosis to Hunters?

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

Hunters and Shooters Building Bridges with Hollywood

NRAHLF.org contributor and producer kicks off inaugural Hollywood Celebrity Archery Shoot on Nov. 16.

NRA Employees Celebrate Hunting at Wild Game Luncheon

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

Camp Freedom Helps the Disabled Enjoy Hunting and Shooting

Thanks to an NRA Board member’s purchase of 1,800 acres, disabled sportsmen enjoy free adventures.

Hunting, Transplanting Needed to Cut Arizona Bison Population

Grand Canyon park officials say the burgeoning bison population may severely harm the landscape.
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