Boone and Crockett Club today applauded Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke’s announcement that the lands western big game species depend upon as migration corridors will finally get much-needed attention.
Continuing his efforts to increase access to public lands, U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke will open more than 251,000 acres to expanded hunting opportunities at 30 national wildlife refuges
U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke and Wyoming Governor Matt Mead announced the Department will prioritize the conservation of a mule deer migration corridor in southwest Wyoming.
Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke has selected five Boone and Crockett Club members for the Interior’s Hunting and Shooting Sports Conservation Council…
On day one Secretary Zinke hit the ground running by lifting the last administration’s ban on traditional ammunition, and he hasn’t slowed down since..
Zinke is also announcing $14 million in Boating Infrastructure Grants, which support water-related outdoor recreation and tourism by improving facilities…
The NRA applauds Secretary Zinke’s decision to prioritize big game corridors on Federal lands. With this action, the Secretary is taking steps to protect healthy wildlife populations
The Migratory Bird Conservation Commission, chaired by Secretary Zinke, approved $21.9 million in grants for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
In response to yesterday’s speech by Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke before the National Petroleum Council, BHA issued the following statement:
Ryan Zinke issued an order today that directs the overseers of millions of acres of Federal lands to expand access for hunters and fishermen.
NWTF applauds Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke’s continual efforts to advance sportsmen’s priorities, particularly his latest secretarial order.
The newest Secretarial Order issued by U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke expands opportunities for Americans to enjoy the outdoors on public lands.
This week, sportsmen’s interests were advanced on Capitol Hill as Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke announced plans for a new Secretarial Order.
Mule Deer Foundation applauds Secretary Zinke’s decision to support the donation of the Rimrock Rose Ranch to open access to the Sabinoso Wilderness Area in New Mexico.
U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke recently presented a draft report to President Trump, which includes his findings and recommendations on previously designated National Monuments.
Interior Sec. Ryan Zinke, other senior federal officials met with representatives of the outdoor recreation industry at the U.S. Department of the Interior.
Valuable fish and wildlife habitat, unique hunting and fishing opportunities at stake as administration deliberates the future of 27 monuments
The U.S. Department of Interior announced the recovery of the Yellowstone grizzly bear population as well as its intent to remove federal protections.
Ryan Zinke held a press conference today formally announcing the release of $1.1 billion from the Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration Act.
Following Ryan Zinke’s announcement of recommendations that would undermine Bears Ears National Monument in Utah, BHA offered the following response.
$38.8 million approved for wetland conservation projects; $7.8 million to conserve 2,629 acres on national wildlife refuges and open thousands of additional acres to public hunting.
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U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced a winner of the National Junior Duck Stamp Art Contest.
Montana’s Congressman Ryan Zinke was recently appointed as Secretary of the Interior by President Trump, and this has opened a special election to fill his seat.
America’s national wildlife refuges provide sportsmen with opportunity and access to public lands for hunting and fishing.