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How the Interstate Wildlife Violators Compact Makes Poachers Pay

It tracks wildlife violations and underscores how poaching IS NOT hunting.

Voice of Leadership: Farmers Markets, Land Trusts and the Changing Face of Hunting

Food-based hunter recruitment efforts tie into the consumer demand for local food.

Why Hemingway’s Wyoming Hunts Deserve More than a Passing Nod

The winner of the Pulitzer and Nobel prizes was also a Western big game hunter.

Judge Says NRA and SCI Have Right to Intervene in Lawsuits over Gray Wolf Delisting

Extremists aim to shut down states’ authority to manage the recovered species.

NRA Gives Hunters a Voice in Three Gray Wolf Delisting Lawsuits

NRA and SCI are working to defend hunting and keep wolf numbers in check.

Lead in Venison: Is the Human Health Scare for the Birds?

Stay grounded in science while taking precautions to lessen health risks.

Early Wisconsin Wolf Season Closes, Hunters Hit Quota in 48 Hours

The state acted in case the new administration restores the recovered species’ protections.

2020 Marks Successful Elk Hunting Season in Wisconsin

Here’s how hunter-conservationists reintroduced elk to the Dairy State.

Wisconsin Hunters Vote No to Deer Season Change, Yes to Bear Season

Sidestepping COVID-19 risks, the state conducted annual meetings with hunters online.

Overcoming Fear of Heights Can Be a Bear

Now a treestand hunter, here’s how a new bear hunter conquered her fear of heights.

Taking Grizzlies from Field to Table?

With grizzly bear delisting again making headlines, don’t overlook how the meat can be tasty.

Isle Royale National Park Is Epicenter of Ongoing Wolf-Moose Study

Spanning decades, the study continues to help scientists understand predator-prey relationships.

Social Media Brings Together Women New to Hunting

The ability to quickly spread the word makes these all-women hunting events a success.

104-Year-Old Woman Takes First Buck

Has there ever been a better story showcasing hunting as a precious, all-American tradition?

Observing a Subsistence Caribou Hunt in Alaska

Hunting for survival is more than just a cultural tradition in rural Alaska.

Study Shows Americans Shifting Away from Wildlife Realities

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

Hunters' Patron Saint Celebrated This Month

Born on Nov. 3 in 638 A.D., St. Hubert was canonized in 1744.

Anti-Hunters Vandalize Treestands, Harass Hunters in Wisconsin

As anti-hunting groups praise sabotage and harassment, hunters are warned to watch their backs.

Women’s Hunting Organizations Taking the Lead

Women are launching their own chapters of groups such as Pheasants Forever.
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