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Republicans Call on Biden to Withdraw His Pick to Run the Bureau of Land Management
Tracy Stone-Manning’s association with "ecoterrorists" 30 years ago comes under Senate scrutiny
Trouble in Turkey Country: Can Two Conservation Orgs Help Declining Populations?
As wild turkey populations decline across parts of their range, conservation groups scramble to both invent and reinvent themselves
Will the Ammo Shortage Keep Hunters Out of the Woods This Fall?
Shooting ranges are slammed and retailers are still trying to source ammo, but there’s hope for hunting season yet
Everything We Thought We Knew About Snow Geese Was Wrong
Hunters have been shooting spring snow geese for 20 years per waterfowl managers, but light geese populations continue to rise. The Outdoor Life Podcast investigates why this is happening
Fishing Pressure Increased During COVID. Is That a Bad Thing for Gamefish Populations?
Increased participation has anglers and fisheries managers worried about pressure, harvest, and survival rates
Jim Shockey on the Real Trouble With the Border Closure: Here’s Why It’s Not So Easy to “Roll Over” Your Outfitted Canadian Hunt
Jim Shockey, a legendary Canadian outfitter, on the grim reality of how the border closure has rocked the guiding industry—and created major losses for American hunters
The Outdoor Life Podcast: Meet the Godfather of Hawaiian Market Hunting
This native sharpshooter is spotlighting and culling non-native axis deer, then selling that venison to the public. Here's why it's a win-win for everyone
California’s 30-Year-Old “Assault Weapon” Ban Was Overturned. Here’s What You Need to Know
Assault weapons, including the AR-15 have been banned in California for 30 years, but a judge just ruled the law unconstitutional
The Mysterious Chronic Lyme Disease Nightmare: Why It’s So Hard to Detect and Treat
As Lyme disease spreads, outdoorsmen and women are at risk of catching long-term Lyme disease cases which are difficult to treat, and even detect. Here’s what you need to know
Why Do States Have Such Different (and Obscure) Hunting Regulations? It’s Partly Because We Can’t Agree on What’s Ethical
State hunting regulations vary widely and leave plenty up for ethical debates