In this film, the second of season 7, DU Films showcases Nilo Farms in Brighton, Ill. This iconic location has a long history of producing
An old Grizzly bear charged three bow hunters in an unprovoked attack from eight yards. The three bow hunters had pistols, a .45, a .44 magnum, and a 9mm.
SCI has successfully defended a lawsuit brought by anti-hunting groups attempting to ban lead ammunition in Arizona’s Kaibab National Forest
State wildlife agencies are facing something many haven’t seen for years, even decades. They’re seeing flush budgets
With 90 percent of wildland fires in the United States caused by human actions, the National Shooting Sports Foundation is reminding outdoor
Remington Ammunition has announced a partnership to support the Mule Deer Foundation (MDF) in outreach initiatives.
An experienced Montana outdoorsman had bear spray but was attacked and killed by a grizzly bear near Yellowstone Park on 15 April 2021.
On Monday, April 5, the Inland Fisheries & Wildlife Committee will hold a public hearing on LD 1015, which bans lead ammo
A federal judge in Arizona held that hunters’ use of traditional ammo does not violate federal environmental law.
Federal law enforcement officers recovered the carcass of the wolf from the Saffel Canyon Road (RTE 76) in the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest on February 19, 2021.
Pennsylvania hunters racked up big numbers during the 2020 deer season, packed their meat freezers a little fuller
DU Films is a unique online film series from Ducks Unlimited, the world leader in wetlands and waterfowl conservation.
Each year firearm and ammunition manufacturers pay millions of dollars in excise taxes into the Wildlife and Sport Fish Restoration program
Winchester continues its leadership in conservation support with its renewal as the official ammunition of Ducks Unlimited.
SCI Foundation (SCIF)’s First for Wildlife Endowment recently made its first-ever grant disbursements following approval
Ken Ledeau was attacked by a Grizzly bear near Dupuyer, Montana. Ken used a model 629 Smith & Wesson .44 magnum to stop the attack.
A deputy sheriff in Eldorado County, California, was forced to shoot a mountain lion in defense of self and others with a Colt AR15 type rifle.
BHA’s donation will go to the WWF’s Hunters for the Hungry Program to help provide 3,245 meals to food-insecure families during this holiday season.
On January 4, 2021, the gray wolf will be delisted as a federally protected species following 45 years of protection under the Endangered Species Act.
In North Dakota what I found was an answer to the question of why Theodore Roosevelt chose this somewhat unheralded land to serve as his wilderness reprieve from life in New York City.