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Biden Administration Puts Up Roadblock on Proposed Mine Near the Boundary Waters
The administration is calling for a 2-year study, which could lead to a 20-year moratorium on mining upstream of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness
Missouri Opens First Regulated Black Bear Hunt, and National Media Coverage Is Brutal
The state’s limited and closely regulated bear hunt is being misrepresented in media reports as a "trophy" hunt that's bad news for the bear population
Field & Stream Bought a $33,000 Duck Stamp Contest Entry. Here’s Why.
When John Oliver, Field & Stream, and a decades-old conservation program meet, you get this crazy story
Louisiana Hunter Tags Massive Gator in Popular Wildlife Management Area
Maria Ellis won a state lottery for gator-harvest tags, then bagged a true giant on public waters
2021 Pheasant Hunting Forecast
Drought didn't dry up pheasant hunting prospects across rooster range, but expect to hunt (and research) hard to find birds
Giving Thanks on National Public Lands Day
Let’s take a moment to celebrate the great fortune of public hunting and fishing in America
The Bureau of Land Management Will Move Its Headquarters Back To D.C.
After only two years in the West, the BLM headquarters are moving back to the capitol
Minnesota’s Early Teal Experiment: More Opportunity for Duck Hunters or a Threat to Duck Hunting as We Know It?
Wildlife agencies in states like Minnesota are trying to create more opportunity to increase duck hunter numbers. But are the new seasons and more liberal regulations hurting their cause?
All California National Forests Closed Due To Wildfires
Evacuation orders have been issued for popular California areas and all 17 National Forests
Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness Closes Indefinitely Due to Wildfires
Visitors are being removed from one of the most popular wilderness areas in America as wildfires burn out of control