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Secretary Bernhardt Announces Historic Expansion of Hunting Opportunities on Public Lands

U.S. Secretary of the Interior David L. Bernhardt announces the historic opening and expansion of over 850 hunting and fishing opportunities across more than 2.3 million acres.

Bernhardt Proposes Historic Expansion of Public Hunting, Fishing

Secretary of the Interior proposes new hunting and fishing opportunities on 2.3 million acres of public land.

NRA Free Hunter-Ed Online May be Worth Millions Annually to States

NRA Hunter Education online, our free gift to hunters, just became a multi-million dollar gift to state wildlife agencies and conservation. All your state needs to do is accept the gift.

Western and Southeastern States Defy Hunting’s ‘National Decline’

While hunting participation at the nationwide level is down, license sales in Western and Southeastern states are booming.

First Light: Hunter Recruitment Efforts Shift to Adults

Acknowledging youth hunter recruitment efforts may not necessarily pay dividends, many states now focus additional effort on the 27- to 40-year-old adults, people who have the time, money and resources to hunt and take their kids hunting.

First Light: Crop-Eating Cranes Killed as Nuisance

Hundreds of Eastern sandhill cranes are killed every year in regulated hunting seasons. But ironically, strict migratory-bird laws dictate that cranes killed under depredation permits cannot become table fare.

First Light: Deer Rank No. 1 with Hunters

Whitetail deer are the most commonly hunted animal in the country. But just how big of a hunting staple the species has become may surprise you.

Why Having a Hunting Partner Keeps You Afield

Hunting buddies provide more than a laugh and a hand at camp. Studies show they are a driving force behind our desire to go afield.

SCI to Hunters: If You Imported or Exported Wildlife Into or Out of the United States, Take Action Now

Safari Club International has issued a warning to hunters: If you've ever imported or exported wildlife into or out of the United States, you need to be on guard.

USFWS Proposes Delisting the Grizzly Bear in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem

Three western states tout booming grizzly bear populations, thanks to four decades of conservation efforts resulting in the species now hitting carrying capacity.

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