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Hunting Works For New York will educate the public on how hunting positively impacts New York’s economy, monitor public policy decisions and weigh in on hunting-related issues that impact New York jobs...
Authorities at Grand Canyon National Park will soon be seeking skilled hunters to help cull the park’s bison herd. The National Park Service (NPS) wants to reduce bison numbers because they are damaging the park’s natural resources. Some animals will be captured...
On August 23, the Wyoming Game and Fish Commission (WGFC) voted to approve regulations authorizing private farms to collect sage grouse eggs and raise sage grouse...
Safari Club International is calling all sportsmen and women in Wyoming to attend the upcoming Wyoming Fish and Game Commission (WFGC) meeting on September 19, at the Alan Mickelson Fire Training Center, 701 Larch Street, Gillette, WY at 8:45 am...
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources (DNR) will hold a public meeting Monday, September 11, to provide information on an updated proposal to expand hunting...
For the second time, anti-hunting and other groups have challenged the removal of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem (GYE) population of grizzly bears from the ESA list of threatened species. Indian tribal interests and anti-hunting groups have filed a total of four lawsuits challenging the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s July 30, 2017 delisting of the GYE grizzlies, a move long supported by SCI. In 2008, SCI intervened in lawsuits challenging the first attempt to delist the grizzlies. The courts reversed that delisting based on alleged inadequate consideration of impacts concerning one of the bears’ main food sources.