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5 Species to Pursue in the Offseason

For most hunters, the end of deer season ushers in the offseason blues. But those ambitious enough to dig a bit can find plenty of game to pursue until next fall. Here are five species to keep us all occupied.

NRA Joins SCI in Letter to Interior Over Gray Wolf Battle

Your National Rifle Association (NRA) has joined Safari Club International (SCI) and 22 other conservation organizations, representing millions of sportsmen and women across the country, in a letter to Interior Secretary Deb Haaland.

Bear Archery Announces Bows in TrueTimber Camo

Bear Archery has expanded its lineup of bows to include models available in TrueTimber camouflage.

New ESA Rules To Engage Private Sector In Species Recovery

Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt announced major changes to regulations pertaining to the private sector and its role in dealing with endangered species.

The Grizzly Paradox

‘Permanent protection’ under the Endangered Species Act does not help wildlife, risks public support of the program.

Federal Judge Returns Grizzlies to Protected Status

A federal judge has reinstated federal protection for grizzlies in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, canceling scheduled hunts in Idaho and Wyoming.

6 ‘Non-Native’ Species We Love to Hunt

Here are six nonindigenous species that enrich our sporting lives.

USFWS Rules to Delist Yellowstone Grizzly Bear

After 42 years of federal protection, the USFWS has ruled to remove the Yellowstone grizzly bear from the Endangered Species List.

Sunshine State Hogs: America’s Original Invasive Species

After deer, hogs are Florida’s next most popular big-game quarry, and compared to most other hog states, the wild porkers are a close second.

The Puerto Rican Iguana Purge

Culling Puerto Rico’s invasive iguana population is perhaps the most fun you can have with an air rifle.

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