The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is pleased to announce the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources (KDFWR) and the Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Commission will share the 2014 RMEF Conservationist of the Year Award.
When Zambia announced it would reassess 19 concessions where hunting had been suspended for two years, some news outlets reported the country is lifting its ban on hunting.
The Vital Ground Foundation presented its first-ever “Community Bear Aware Grant” Wednesday to the Swan Ecosystem Center and Northwest Connections in support of the Swan Valley Bear Resources project.
Tanzanian wildlife officials are partnering with the Dallas Safari Club (DSC) to teach hunting guides how to field-judge and age African lions.
Missoula County commissioners announced Thursday that Bud Moore is the 2014 posthumous recipient of the Missoula County Land Stewardship Award.
Hunting Works For Colorado is newest state chapter added to award-winning program.
A new business has formed to encourage people to transform their yard and home into wondrous places that enhance natural beauty, stimulate curiosity, and provide economic benefit while yielding solitude, peace, exercise, and satisfaction.
The ethical issue isn’t the 350-yard shot. The real concern, as Boone and Crockett Club sees it, is hunters not trying to get a closer one.
Thirty-six conservation pros from across the U.S. are about to embark on a training odyssey described as “one of the most far-reaching professional development initiatives ever undertaken” in natural resource conservation.