BHA Alaska chapter is levying criticism against a bill being considered by the state legislature that would enable the state’s seizure of all lands.
Pheasants Forever and partners have acquired 75 acres in southern Minnesota as an addition to the Linde Wildlife Management Area (WMA).
Whether in their backyards or high on a mountain, it’s almost certain Pennsylvanians will encounter young wildlife this time of year.
The Alberta Professional Outfitter Society has joined a growing coalition of support for the Wild Harvest Initiative…
Backcountry Hunters & Anglers celebrated a win for public lands sportsmen while acknowledging that the battle over our shared lands and waters continues.
Trump signed an executive order mandating the review of 27 national monuments nationwide launching an unprecedented review by the Interior Department.
Melissa Bachman of Minnesota, the host of Winchester Deadly Passion on the Sportsman Channel, has joined the QDMA Board of Directors.
The Pennsylvania Game Commission tested 5,707 deer and 110 elk for Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) during 2016. 47 wild deer have tested positive for CWD.
South Dakota GFP will host a public dedication and ribbon-cutting event for the new visitor center at Good Earth State Park on May 19, beginning at noon.
Arizona Game and Fish Department Director Larry D. Voyles has announced that he will retire from the state’s wildlife agency this summer.
During the Gals and Guns clinic, firearms instructors — who are women — will be on hand to help you shoot rifles, shotguns, and handguns.
Last week, President Donald J Trump signed an omnibus appropriations bill funding the government through fiscal year 2017.
Karen Gundersen Olson announced William May, Jim Spies and Dale Jahr will serve on the South Dakota Foundation’s Board of Directors.
Registration is now open for the National Deer Alliance’s (NDA) 2017 North American Deer Summit in Austin, Texas on June 7-8.
Proposed EPA budget cuts have activists in dither over wrong issues and imaginary problems.
Safari Club International (SCI) members from across the country will participate in over 200 meetings with member of Congress and their staffs.
We have two very exciting summer workshops currently planned. There are still a few spots that remain for both. Check out the information below.
Near Lumber City, an unusual example of Georgia’s ecology and geology has been purchased by the Georgia DNR, with assistance from The Nature Conservancy.
A victory was achieved this afternoon when the Oregon state land board voted unanimously to keep the Elliott State Forest under state ownership.
Twelve school children were announced today as statewide winners in Georgia’s statewide Give Wildlife a Chance Poster Contest.
Hunting, fishing business owners and sporting organizations sent a letter to Congress to show their support for national monuments.
The WDFW has selected 20 members to serve on an advisory committee to address target shooting issues within the Wenas Wildlife Area.
SCI and the Safari Club International Foundation (SCIF) today announced the launch of their new anti-poaching campaign, Endanger Poaching.
As part of an ongoing interagency program to monitor grizzly bears, officials will again begin seasonal scientific capture operations this month.
The Ruffed Grouse Society and American Woodcock Society (RGS/AWS) recently named Dr. Scott Walter as director of conservation programs.