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Are Grizzly Attacks Really on the Rise?
Increasing grizzly populations, mountain town sprawl, and more tourists mean we’re seeing a surge in deadly bear attacks. It’s a good theory. The only problem? It isn’t true
Poacher Steals Skull, Antler from Carcass of Famous Bull Elk in Rocky Mountain National Park
An investigation is underway as the National Park Service tries to determine who illegally removed the bull’s skull from the carcass
460-Year-Old Hunting Bow Discovered Underwater in Alaska’s Lake Clark National Park
Archaeologists and other experts are still working to uncover more details about the bow’s origin and history
If the Delaware Water Gap Is Designated as the Country’s Newest National Park, What Does That Mean for Hunters?
The Sierra Club wants to turn the Delaware Water Gap into a National Park and Preserve. Sportsmen worry that the designation would reduce existing public hunting access
Hunters Will Help Reduce Yellowstone Bison Herd by Up to 900 Animals in Montana
The plan to reduce bison numbers this winter is meant to stabilize the herd and prevent disease outbreaks outside of the park
Our Newest National Park Allows Hunting? How Locals Fought for the New River Gorge’s Sporting Traditions, and Tourism
West Virginia’s first national park has killer smallmouth fishing, legendary whitewater, and an enduring hunting legacy
National Parks Service Increasingly Calls on Hunters to Help Cull Non-Native Bison, Mountain Goats
NPS has been relying on hunter volunteers to help manage non-native populations of mountain goats and bison in popular parks—after the animals begin to pose problems