Celebrate the amazing wildlife management success story of North America and say Hallelujah and pass the backstraps like you mean it. It really wasn’t that long ago when America woke up to the heartbreaking disaster of the irresponsible, runaway, indiscriminate market hunting slaughter of our precious wildlife.
Connecting to nature — to one’s wild side — can take many paths, but the end result is usually the same: a sense of excitement and thanksgiving.
Deer & Deer Hunting Editor-in-Chief Dan Schmidt provides insights on what makes a deer hunt truly memorable for whitetail bowhunters and gun hunters.
Examining your deer from head to hoof can give you insights on the herd and may help you understand more about them and your management strategy.
The concept of fair chase hunting was established more than 100 years ago, if not earlier, by hunters and conservationists concerned about ethics, sportsmanship and the public's perception of their actions.
A Clemson University graduate student’s research gauging young adults’ interest in hunting suggests that the demographic can play a key role in the future of wildlife conservation.
Animal rights terrorism, and the hate and violence espoused by these so-called tolerant people in society, is no laughing matter.
Changes in the bag limit for white-tailed deer and formal approval of a specific firearm category were among the regulations approved for the upcoming season. The Ohio Wildlife Council met April 12, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, and approved the 2017-18 hunting and trapping seasons. White-tailed deer hunting...
The National Shooting Sports Foundation has launched a new campaign called “You may be Surprised to know this about hunting” to connect and even surprise the non-hunting public with stories about improved wildlife populations and the conservation efforts of hunters. NSSF presents this social media campaign in a five-part infographic series...