Mainfirst Place Madison Grimm Acrylic Painting Of A Green Wi Nged Teal C Usfws

South Dakota 15-Year-Old Wins National Junior Duck Stamp Art Contest

A young artist from South Dakota has taken top honors at the National Junior Duck Stamp Art Contest. A green-winged teal by 15-year-old Madison Grimm will grace the 2022-2023 Junior Duck Stamp, which raises funds to educate and engage our nation’s youth in wildlife and wetlands conservation and outdoor recreation.

Alps Mountaineering Introduces Hybrid Dry Bag/Backpack

Looking for a well-sized dry bag to accompany you on a spring cast and blast? Check out the Graphite 20 dry bag/backpack hybrid, from Alps Mountaineering. 

NRA Files Suit to Keep Public Lands Open

The NRA-ILA has partnered with SCI, Sportsmen’s Alliance Foundation, and RMEF and filed motions to dismiss a lawsuit challenging the USFWS decision to expand hunting and fishing opportunities.

Montana: Aerial Hunting of Wolves Runs Afoul of Federal Law

Despite a recent interpretation of Montana state law that aerial hunting of wolves is not prohibited, doing so runs afoul of federal law.

Idaho: F&G Commission Designates Units 14-15 as CWD Management Zone

The Idaho Fish and Game Commission on November 22 authorized the Director of Fish and Game to establish emergency hunts for increased sampling for Chronic Wasting Disease.

CWD Detected in Two Idaho Mule Deer

Two mule deer bucks taken in the Slate Creek drainage near Lucile in October have tested positive for chronic wasting disease.

Arizona Online Course Allows Hunters to Earn Lifetime Bonus Points

The Arizona Game and Fish Department has created an innovative online course that provides hunters 18 and older with an opportunity to earn a lifetime bonus point.

Questions and Answers to Arizona's Trail Cam Ban

We interviewed AZGFD regional supervisor Larry Phoenix on the recent decision to ban the use of trail cameras on Arizona’s hunting grounds.

Vermont Fish and Wildlife Grants Available for Shooting Ranges

The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department is offering shooting-range improvement grants to encourage upgrades of shooting ranges for enhanced safety and operation.

Arizona Bans Use of Trail Cameras

On June 11, 2021, the Arizona Game and Fish Department Commission voted unanimously to ban trail cameras “for the purpose of taking or aiding in the take of wildlife, or locating wildlife for the purpose of taking or aiding in the take of wildlife.”

Page 1 of 7

Interests



Get the best of American Hunter delivered to your inbox.