In the midst of all the executive orders and fast-moving gun-control legislation in Congress, some might be missing out on the fact that President Biden’s nominee for Secretary of the Interior—Rep. Debra Haaland—could be a disaster for hunters.
Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt sat down with us for a one-on-one interview to discuss everything from working to expand hunter access to containing the spread of chronic wasting disease.
Continuing his efforts to increase access to public lands, Secretary Zinke will open more than more 251,000 acres to new or expanded hunting and fishing opportunities across 30 national wildlife refuges just in time for the 2018-19 hunting seasons.
U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service have announced the winner of the National Junior Duck Stamp Contest: 18-year-old Rayen Kang of Johns Creek, Ga.
The USFWS announced the theme "celebrating our waterfowl hunting heritage," for the 2019-20 Federal Duck Stamp contest. Artists will be required to include in their entry one or more visual elements that reflect the contributions waterfowl hunters make to habitat conservation.
Both in content and delivery, this is a must-see video as NRA-ILA’s Chris Cox addresses American hunters in the do-or-die fight to save hunting at last week’s SCI show.
Today's secretarial order drives more resources into wildlife habitat restoration and federal/state/private landowner collaboration.
Continuing the DOI’s efforts to enhance conservation stewardship, the order seeks to improve wildlife management and conservation, increase access to public lands for hunting, shooting and fishing and puts a greater emphasis on promoting outdoor activities among youth, veterans and minority communities.