Arguing for the practice of plucking.
Due to uncertainty and disinformation, many hunters are missing out on quality opportunities on national-monument lands.
Forged around an Oregon campfire by a group of hunting buddies in 2004, Backcountry Hunters & Anglers organized around a simple but novel response to the challenges facing the friends’ outdoor pursuits.
A recent legal opinion that the illegal taking or killing of migratory birds under the Migratory Bird Treaty Act does not include incidental taking or killing could have adverse effects on waterfowl.
I have spent nearly 50 years in sage grouse country and I seldom hunt them anymore, simply because they don’t provide much challenge on the wing.
The alarming effects of West Nile Virus in ruffed grouse populations and what hunters can do for conservation.
The landscape-scale conservation goals of the American Prairie Reserve have inspired comparisons to an American Serengeti and the Yellowstone of the future.
In 2006 a small group of Dallas quail hunters launched a fundraiser that has earned millions for quail research and become a force in the conservation community.
The 2018 Farm Bill is already being worked on, and sportsmen need to make their voices heard in order to ensure that it contains strong conservation programs.
This montage of a day of grouse shooting at Swinton Park captures the look and feel of a shooting day.
Stephen Reynolds, a longtime Ducks Unlimited volunteer and former national secretary for the organization, invited his son-in-law and grandsons to his duck camp…
Mark Fouts, the director of Member Relations & Outreach for the Ruffed Grouse Society, shares his passion for the RGS new hunter mentor…