The ceremony ended by using a limited 75th Anniversary edition of the 119 Buck Knife to cut the ribbon that opened the show floor.
Teachers, students are invited to celebrate Georgia’s wildlife, students’ artistic interests by participating in the Give Wildlife a Chance Poster Contest.
Students from Hampton in Calhoun County trekked two hours across the southern portion of state last week to learn all about ducks.
The cause of gull deaths near the Port of Tacoma last month likely poses no risk to human health according to preliminary lab results, but more tests are underway.
Safari Club International (SCI) encourages all sportsmen and women to contact your U.S. Representative today and voice your support for House Joint Resolution 69.
The NRA-ILA applauded the passage of H.J. Res. 69, a joint resolution to revoke a last minute Obama administration regulation issued by the USFWS.
Every year, hunters who enjoy public land will arrive to their stand location only to realize that the tree to hang a stand has been removed…
WDFW and UW have launched a collaborative study to determine how eight years of growth in the state’s wolf population is affecting other wildlife species.
Outdoor Channel host Ivan Carter was named the 2016 recipient of THE OX OF OKAVANGO AWARD from the African Professional Hunters Association (A.P.H.A.).
U.S. District Judge Jon Levy issued his ruling in a lawsuit to revoke the state of Maine’s ITP, which would open individual trappers to ESA violations.
The NWTF and the American Forest Foundation have announced an exciting new partnership promoting well-managed and healthy family-owned forestland.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is seeking volunteers throughout the state to assist with its annual frog and toad survey.
MidwayUSA a privately held outdoor and shooting sports retailer has renewed their commitment of support of Safari Club International.
The Feb. 2 order closes shed antler gathering in all of Utah’s counties — on both public and private land — until April 1.
Solar activity in the past has warmed the Earth, and we now must take into consideration the role of the sun in global warming today.
The 2017 Great American Outdoor Show, held Feb. 4-12 in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, was a huge success and another great year for the show, setting a single-day attendance record!
The storm dumped 11 inches of rain, in just four hours, causing flooding that washed out a campground and turned Lake Superior into a muddy brown slur.
Following today’s introduction of a bipartisan resolution affirming the value of America’s public lands, BHA President, CEO Land Tawney offered a response:
Conservationists, the public work on options to keep the Elliott State Forest accessible, Oregon moved forward with a plan to privatize the state forest.
PGC Executive Director R. Matthew Hough today presented the agency’s annual report, delivered testimony before the House Game and Fisheries Committee.
On Feb. 9, the Sportsmen’s Alliance submitted comments to the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs seeking public clarification from the White House.
Before it was a wildlife area, EE Wilson near Corvallis was Camp Adair, a U.S. Army training base, hospital and Prisoner of War Camp during World War II.
The largest forced human migration in the history of the world has gone unnoticed by liberal snowflakes in our clueless American media…
The Colorado chapter of BHA appointed Don Holmstrom as their first Habitat Watch Volunteer (HWV) Program Coordinator during January.
N.M. Department of Game and Fish is offering a special hunter education camp where youths can receive hands-on training, earn their hunter certification.