BHA’s donation will go to the WWF’s Hunters for the Hungry Program to help provide 2,300 wild game meals to food-insecure families during this holiday season.
The anti-hunting Center for Biological Diversity is once again trying to eliminate hunting on public lands within National Wildlife Refuges
Sometimes the best thing to do when activists attack is to let their arguments fall under their own weight. That’s what happened
The documentary film, Killing the Shepherd, tells the amazing story of rebounding wildlife populations and the empowerment of the peoples of Shikabeta Kingdom, Zambia.
Senator Manchin explained that the Outdoor Recreation Act would support outdoor recreation economies and boost local economies
In 1967 the Wisconsin Natural Resources Board was formed from two previous boards, to oversee the Department of Natural Resources.
Six different bear attacks happened in North America from 27 September to 2 October 2021. Five were attacked by grizzly bears, one by a black bear.
Ducks Unlimited (DU) applauds the Biden Administration’s nomination of Martha Williams as Director of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
The Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies (AFWA) recently announced a continued commitment to fund critical waterfowl habitat
Attacks on humans by urban coyotes have skyrocketed in Vancouver, Canada. The B.C. Ministry of Forests has decided to cull 35 coyotes in Vancouver.
Silencer Central is the latest Corporate Sponsor to renew its relationship with Safari Club International (SCI)
Human development and infrastructure continue to expand in the United States and, at the same time, bald eagle populations are growing throughout their range.
The Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission has voted to follow the wolf hunting statute passed by the legislature in 2021. The intent is to reduce the burgeoning wolf population in the state.
While science helps us understand why the dusky grouse’s baffling behavior is counter-intuitive, the research is made possible
The mechanisms they would impose include a complete ban on interstate transport of not just live animals, but also the meat, hide, horns, antlers and skulls of harvested animals
The Wisconsin Natural Resources Board has recommended a compromise quota of 300 wolves for the wolf hunt upcoming in November, 2021.
Safari Club International strongly opposes many of the proposals in the current animal welfare Action Plan being considered in the UK
Safari Club International (SCI) strongly opposes Section 436 of the FY22 Interior Appropriations bill, set for a vote in the House this week!
A grizzly bear attacked an elk hunter and his guide in 2005. They responded with a crossbow and a .44 magnum. The guide was injured in the attack.
Wild game chef Scott Leysath and Michelle Scheuermann continue with Season Two of “Off the Record with The Sporting Chef and Michelle.”