With the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service reporting a decline in hunter numbers, BHA’s Hunting for Sustainability addresses would-be hunters experience.
Public lands sportsmen and women across the continent could experience a ripple effect of negative impacts due to an Interior Department decision.
Recently two concerned Coloradans documented violations by off-road vehicle users that helped law enforcement officers uphold laws.
A Trump administration decision to reopen lands near the Boundary Waters Wilderness to industrial mining drew strong criticism from BHA members.
BHA stated that “justice must be served” in the conspiracy case against scofflaw rancher Cliven Bundy, his sons and a supporter.
Calling today “a dark day” for the nation’s conservation legacy, Backcountry Hunters & Anglers excoriated an anticipated announcement by President Trump.
BHA has filed an amicus brief in a lawsuit that challenges traditional public access opportunities on a Louisiana lake prized by sportsmen and women.
Colorado BHA members are privileged to hunt, fish and otherwise recreate on public lands in southwest Colorado’s San Juan Mountains.
As the Trump administration considers unprecedented action to reduce or eliminate national monuments, BHA is releasing detailed habitat maps of monuments.
Senate members prepare to advance legislation that would open the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska to oil and gas development.
Public lands sportsmen celebrate as a deal is inked that will open the Sabinoso Wilderness in northeastern New Mexico to the public for the first time.
The BHA website compares a suite of actions by the Trump administration to the philosophy, attitudes and accomplishments of Roosevelt himself.
BHA invites sportsmen, sportswomen and others who treasure our wild places and outdoor opportunities to attend BHA’s 7th annual North American Rendezvous.
Following an Interior Department announcement of a “notice of intent” to amend conservation plans for the greater sage grouse, BHA issued a statement.
The Colorado chapter of BHA recently appointed Ian DuClos and Travis Cashion to serve as the chapter’s Denver (metro area) Group Leaders.
The fall 2017 issue of Backcountry Journal is landing in BHA members’ mailboxes now. Here’s a look at some of the highlights:
The Senate rejection of a budget amendment that would have prevented oil and gas development within the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska.
Continuing to ramp up its efforts on behalf of North America’s wild public lands, waters and wildlife, BHA announced today two new hires.
Sportsmen’s communities today joined together in criticizing House of Representatives legislation that would undermine the federal Antiquities Act.
In response to a leaked Interior Department plan to overhaul conservation plans for the greater sage grouse, BHA issued the following statement:
In response to yesterday’s speech by Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke before the National Petroleum Council, BHA issued the following statement:
In response to a leaked Department of the Interior American report, BHA President and CEO Land Tawney issued a statement.
Backcountry Hunters & Anglers members are stepping up to defend traditional public access opportunities to Catahoula Lake.
A public land hunter in Idaho recently collected a $500 reward from Backcountry Hunters & Anglers after reporting illegal use of an off-road vehicle.
Próis and Backcountry Hunters & Anglers today announce the launch of a corporate partnership that will elevate both Prois’ and BHA’s efforts to conserve.