20-year-old Drew Zeiler quite literally lives for hunting mountain lions with his hounds.
Arizona hunters may no longer be able to take mountain lions or bobcats, as SB 1182, a bill drafted by Arizona State Sen. Steve Farley (D-Tucson), seeks to end the hunting of the big cats. Backed by a fine of no less than $8,000, and potentially much more, the bill, if passed, would make mountain lions and bobcats a “protected” species.
Safari Club International files suit in U.S. District Court to reverse 1990 decision made via voter initiative.
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission will accept lottery applications for mountain lion permits Nov. 1- Dec. 8, 2021, for the 2022 hunting season.
California Doctor and Avid Hunter Speaks Out, Highlights Critical Threats to Hunting in a State Fueled by Anti-Hunting Extremists
Facing increasing threats to hunting from anti-hunting extremists, San Francisco Bay-area doctor Arnold Goldschlager calls state's hunters to pressure Gov. Brown to fill the two vacancies on the Fish and Game Commission with pro-hunters.