In the northwest corner of the Centennial State, the deer of the West migrates from the high country to winter on lower ground. Every day new critters enter the mix. Sometimes, success is measured by merely being in the right place at the right time.
How many elephants does it take to create a pyre of ivory in excess of 100 tons? Ask Kenya, which today burned 105 tons of confiscated illegal ivory tusks, ivory products and rhino horns in the capital city of Nairobi in what is said to be the largest ivory burn in world history.
As the world’s No. 1 conservationists, hunters view every day as World Wildlife Day, yet this misguided anti-hunter reporter specifically uses this day to trounce us—in spite of the facts.
NRA roundup cites multiple states, Washington, D.C., and the HSUS.
The U.S. Department of the Interior on June 19 convened in New York City’s Times Square to destroy ivory confiscated in the “war on poaching,” according to a press release from Interior.