Since our beginnings as a species, we have relied directly upon wild creatures for our survival. To sustain our lives and communities, it was inescapable that, like all natural phenomena, human beings would engage directly in the life-and-death struggles that mark the essential and irreducible truth of existence.
Earlier this month, the USFWS announced that after 41 years of Endangered Species Act protection, the grizzly bear population in the Greater Yellowstone Area has recovered, prompting it to delist the iconic species and turn over its management to the states.
As we celebrate the life of NRA HLF member Robert M. Lee (Oct. 2, 1927-Jan. 28, 2016), he forever will be remembered for his dedication to American freedom and to ensuring the NRA, firearms, hunting, shooting sports and wildlife conservation will remain at its core.
Hats off to Susan Recce, Director of NRA-ILA’s Conservation, Wildlife and Natural Resources Division, as she is honored for a 40-year career fighting for sportsmen’s access to public lands.
National award hails Reece’s 40-year track record of fighting for sportsmen’s access to public lands.