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.
More than ever the Arizona Elk Society needs your support for two of our most important essential programs, Water for Wildlife and Heroes Rising Outdoors!
Joining the “It’s Federal Season” podcast to discuss all things upland hunting is Bob St. Pierre, Chief Marketing and Communications Officer for Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever.
After being confirmed in southern Utah in June, rabbit hemorrhagic disease (RHDV-2) has now been confirmed in wild rabbit populations in northeastern Utah
In August of 2009, Tanner Allen had to use his .41 magnum single action to shoot a charging grizzly bear in self defense, in the Shoshone National Forest.
Thanks to the generosity of Elisabeth DeLuca, more than 27,000 acres of iconic Florida prairie and wetlands habitat have been permanently protected
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and its partners awarded $542,481 in grant funding to enhance wildlife habitat and assist scientific wildlife research
Last week, Safari Club International Foundation (SCIF) held its 18th African Wildlife Consultative Forum (AWCF) with its virtual hosts
The Department of the Interior under the Trump Administration has once again made substantial progress to reduce the risk of wildfire nationwide by treating a ten-year best 1.5 million acres of public
Big Horn Armory to donate 5% of all proceeds from purchases on BHA’s website during the month of November to Wyoming Wildlife Federation’s Hunters for the Hungry Program.
The Utah DWR announced Nov. 4 that part of the Santaquin Wildlife Management Area will be permanently closed to recreational shooting
In a state where hunting has continued to be on a decline, why would Murphy’s administration try to completely stop the few that are willing pay to help cull the growing number of bears?
NSSF, the trade association for the firearm industry, applauded US Fish & Wildlife Service announcement that Gray Wolf wildlife management is being returned
After 45 years of protection, the USFWS announced today it will delist the gray wolf from the list of threatened species under the Endangered Species Act
I believe I speak for most of us when I say, we never expected this upside-down COVID world we’ve been living in to stretch into 2021, but it has and we have to adapt.
The general population may not understand how critical of a problem the Asian carp invasion has become.
The Utah Department of Natural Resources and its partners will soon begin restoring nearly 100,000 acres of land burned in 36 wildfires this year