NRA Hunters' Leadership Forum National Symposium Showcases Political Action in Defense of Hunting's Future
Promoting a broader awareness of NRA’s activities on behalf of hunters, the NRA Hunters’ Leadership Forum (HLF) National Symposium in Fairfax, Va., Nov. 3-5, addressed the evolving hunting demographic and the critical cultural challenges facing hunting and wildlife conservation in the 21st century.
In recognition of their efforts, the NRA Hunters’ Leadership Forum (HLF) honored the founders of Cabela's with its inaugural NRA Distinguished Hunters Leadership Award at the HLF’s National Luncheon held during the NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits in Nashville on April 10.
South Africa Court Upholds Decision to Legalize Domestic Sales of Rhinoceros Horn in Effort to Curb Poaching
As rhinos continue to be slaughtered for their horns, can the recent controversial decision to legalize the domestic sale of these horns be the key to saving this endangered animal?
Passing S. 659 out of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee on Jan. 20 marked the final step needed to bring the full Bipartisan Sportsmen's Act to the Senate floor for a vote.
According to USA Today and worldwide social media posts, elephant poachers in Tanzania have killed British helicopter pilot Roger Gower, who was working with the Texas-based Friedkin Conservation Fund and Tanzanian wildlife authorities to stop them in their tracks.
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.
Zimbabwe Park May Cull 200-Plus African Lions as Drop in Hunter Numbers Stems Species' Overpopulation
What is the fate of a wildlife species—game and non-game alike—when its population becomes unsustainable?