The National Park Service, in cooperation with the Arizona Game and Fish Department (AZGFD), seeks skilled volunteers to assist with the removal of bison on the North Rim of Grand Canyon National Park in the fall of 2021.
Honored American Veterans Afield (HAVA) had the privilege of hosting retired/disabled Marine veteran Tray Ardese on a Bison hunt, at the Dismal River Club in Nebraska.
This brawny pickup is not your ordinary midsize in that it’s intended for serious off-roads. If you’re a hunter who truly goes off-road and into the outback, you need to check out the Bison.
Enter NRA Whittington Center’s “Hunt of a Lifetime” raffle for your chance to win a New Mexico trophy bison hunt, an original 1874 Sharps rifle, a locally-made Damascus knife and sheath, and an original piece of wall art by Ronald Kil.
If you’re physically fit and a good shot, it may be time for a trip to Arizona. The National Park Service is seeking hunters willing to help cull the Grand Canyon’s increasing bison population amid concerns over environmental damage the animals are causing.
Reports out of Yellowstone National Park prove that visitors may be entering the park without one very important tool: common sense.
The conservation group Rewilding Europe is working to restore the European bison to population levels that can be enjoyed by residents, tourists and hunters alike as it gears up to release 24 more bison into the wild.
The event marks a milestone in a 20-year-old wood bison reintroduction project.