It’s hard to imagine the region without either of them, but the future of the polar bear is being jeopardized by the rapid loss of its sea-ice habitat.
“The fingerprints you submitted are not identical with those in a record used in the evaluation of your attempt to possess or receive a firearm”.
Girls in Alaska have fun learning to shoot pistols. The activity has become popular with teenage girls.
Hunter and writer, Tom Claycomb gives us a short review of the Mossberg Patriot Synthetic Rifle after a recent brown bear hunt in Alaska.
Nor is this the first time the Miller campaign has accused the establishment-funded Murkowski of using “dirty tricks” …
“Joe Miller’s commitment to the right to keep and bear arms is unwavering…”
An Alaska man says he feels lucky to be alive after coming face-to-face with a brown bear and surviving its terrifying attack.
DSC is dissatisfied with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s (USFWS) final rule pertaining to management of wildlife in Alaska’s National Wildlife Refuges.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has issued new regulations closing 77 million acres of land in Alaska to state wildlife management…
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) and its Obama-appointed director have issued new regulations closing 77 million acres of land (an area larger than 45 of the country’s 50 states) in…..
A killing at a remote Alaskan hunting camp shows how hard it is to guard against an attack by someone who has gained your trust.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Director Dan Ashe today announced the appointment of Gregory Siekaniec as the agency’s Regional Director for Alaska…
Running from the cops is always pretty stupid, in Wasilla, Alaska it’s even stupider. Starting a physical fight with a resident there is not smart either.
I took a brown bear in the fall of 2009, with my PSE original X-Force bow. I was hunting on the Alaskan Peninsula, where I didn’t have to draw a tag.
The Alaska campus carry bill, SB 174, has passed out of committee and may be voted on in the Senate this week.
The Alaska campus carry bill, SB 174, as amended, gives the Board of Regents unprecedented power and immunity as ammended, but the Board wants more.
The Alaska campus carry bill, SB 174, has been amended to grant power and immunity to the Board of Regents.
Millions of sportsman across the nation will be asked to demand that the six presidential candidates state their position on the future of Alaska’s Pebble Mine.
The feds are creating their own little fiefdoms on Alaksa refuge lands. Refuge managers will literally have dictatorial powers…
This is major step toward eliminating “Gun Free Zones” at the University of Alaska and deserves our support…
A homeowner was in their house in Anchorage, Alaska when they heard a knock at the door.
Two hunters were rescued this past Labor Day Weekend by a SPOT Device after being severely injured by a grizzly bear attack in Fort Nelson, British Colombia…
SilencerCo had the opportunity to venture into the remote mountains of Alaska in search of brown and black bear…
Eighteen of the top sportsmen’s groups in the United States penned a letter to leading appropriators in Congress supporting the swift completion of the EPA’s process to protect Bristol Bay from…….
Within the two-week programming stunt viewers will have a front-row sneak-peek into the lives of the sled dogs and mushers, how they train and what drives them to compete.