Thanks to changes in elk behavior due to land use, development, human encroachment and more, the elk we hunt today do not behave as the species did in our granddaddies’ days. Here’s how to zero in on modern habitat where elk seek refuge, and how to hunt it.
The RMEF and its partners allocated $6,046,939 in 2022 grant funding to conserve and improve wildlife habitat, enhance public access and assist scientific research in Wyoming.
Following less than two hours of deliberation, four Missouri hunters were declared “not guilty” by a Wyoming court in a “corner crossing" case that garnered national attention.
Secretary of the Interior proposes new hunting and fishing opportunities on 2.3 million acres of public land.
Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt announced a new rule to expand access to hunting and fishing opportunities on more than 1.4 million acres of public lands across the country.
Outdoorsmen and women are helping to provide more than $1 billion in 2019 to support outdoor access and wildlife habitat conservation nationwide.
Everywhere you turn at the Great American Outdoor Show, something new and interesting awaits. Here are some of our favorite scenes from the 2019 show, but they represent just a fraction of what keeps us going back every year. See you there next February!