A 10-day celebration highlighting hunting, the outdoors and the Western lifestyle runs December 5-14, 2019, when the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation hosts its Hunter & Outdoor Christmas Expo.
The brain inside a bears skull is smaller, more narrow, and further back than many people understand. These images of a carved skull show where to aim, from various angles, to hit the brain.
Making its small-screen television debut, 500 Miles, will air on Outdoor Channel on Veterans Day, November 11 at 9 p.m. ET.
Safari Club International hosted a special hunter education course at its Washington, D.C. office for Congressional staffers and other members of the conservation community in D.C. taught by Congressm
The USFWS is announcing a $100,000 challenge to combat white-nose syndrome (WNS), a lethal fungus that has killed millions of bats in North America and pushed some native bat species to the brink.
As president of the wildlife-rich southern African nation, President Masisi has taken bold action to reintegrate legal, regulated hunting as part of his country’s wildlife conservation plan.
Today’s wild predictions about climate doom are likely to be just as true as yesteryear’s. The major difference is today’s Americans are far more gullible.
Ducks Unlimited’s inaugural Eastern Continental Shoot for competitive sporting clay shooters drew nearly 80 people to the world-class Bass Pro Shops Shooting Academy from Oct. 9 to 13.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and our partners awarded $409,364 of grant funding in North Carolina to further elk-related science and enhance elk habitat.
The Service is providing $4 million this year, with nongovernmental organizations, state resource agencies, and other partners contributing an additional $14 million.
Quality Deer Management Association (QDMA) continues to pledge financial support to the National Deer Alliance (NDA).
Through social media, protectionist NGOs are flourishing. Anti-hunting groups broadly refuse—or refute—scientific research and often ignore socio-economic factors while collecting millions in donation
A recent thinning treatment designed to enhance wildlife habitat in New Mexico marks the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation’s 12,000th lifetime conservation project.
This certification is designed to prepare individuals for a meaningful career in natural resources management and help the next generation understand ecology issues.
A bizarre incident at Union Theological Seminary illustrates why many Christians believe that internal forces, not external ones, represent the greatest threat to the church.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation successfully worked with Jackson County Forestry and Parks to permanently protect 290 acres of prime elk habitat in Wisconsin’s southern elk range.
The Trump administration and US Fish and Wildlife Service approved the import of a black rhino taken by a Michigan hunter in 2018 in the African country of Namibia.
Plano Synergy recently became Ducks Unlimited’s latest Proud Partner, supporting waterfowl and wetlands conservation through a strategic partnership with Zink Calls and Plano.
This vast landscape is the backdrop for conservation efforts on a grand scale. This region of North America is a prime breeding ground for ducks and geese and conserving habitat here is critical to th
In The Gulf Coast, Conserve Films travels south to Louisiana where the Mississippi River meets the Gulf of Mexico. Watch the film now…
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced an opportunity to apply for technical assistance for communities interested in revitalizing neighborhoods through development of local food sys
A black bear pursued a man up a tree in Washington State, near Petit lake. The man shot and killed the bear with a Glock 21 in .45 ACP.
The Board of Directors of Waterfowl Chesapeake has awarded the annual William A. Perry Scholarships to eight dedicated youth volunteers of the Waterfowl Festival, representing $8,750 in scholarship…
In addition to wildlife crossing structures, this bill will also direct the Secretary of Agriculture to prioritize the restoration and maintenance of forest service roads that relate to hunting and fi
Those who enjoy hunting, hiking and other forms of recreation will soon have better access to Montana’s Crazy Mountains thanks to a joint effort by the RMEF