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.
Anti-Hunting Billboard Misleads Park Visitors
A billboard reading, “Wanna see bears? SAY NO! TO TROPHY HUNTING,” was spotted by NRAHLF.org contributor Keith Crowley just outside Yellowstone National Park. The sign stands as a grizzly-sized testament to the anti-hunting crowd’s ignorance on the matter of wildlife management.
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.
Do Yellowstone Visitors Lack Respect for Wildlife or Just Common Sense?
Reports out of Yellowstone National Park prove that visitors may be entering the park without one very important tool: common sense.
Hunters May Soon Get Grizzly Bear Tags in the Greater Yellowstone Area
Earlier this month, the USFWS announced that after 41 years of Endangered Species Act protection, the grizzly bear population in the Greater Yellowstone Area has recovered, prompting it to delist the iconic species and turn over its management to the states.
USFWS Proposes Delisting the Grizzly Bear in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem
Three western states tout booming grizzly bear populations, thanks to four decades of conservation efforts resulting in the species now hitting carrying capacity.
Thoroughly Wilderness Elk
Travel back in time to a wilderness undisturbed by human encroachment and rediscover what hunting is all about.