A rural African community struggles to maintain its wildlife in the wake of a hunting ban.
What happens to rural African communities, and the wildlife that surrounds them, when the safari hunting businesses that helped support them go away?
Famous female hunters have long walked the game trails of the world.
There is a long and proud tradition of female hunters, both in the United States and elsewhere, who have held their own and often exceeded the accomplishments of their male counterparts.
The Friedkin Family and Tanzania’s government make a long-term commitment to conservation.
The hunting news from Africa is often troubling these days: dwindling game, rampant poaching and corruption, massive habitat encroachment.
Turning over federal lands to the states would be a huge blow to hunting and the funding that supports wildlife conservation.
Wouldn’t you love to own several hundred million acres of game-rich mountains, forests, and plains….
Editor, hunter, and conservationist, Grinnell made it his life’s work to save the American bison.
The life of George Bird Grinnell is an inspiring story of how one person can truly make a difference…
New bullet designs and construction have given new life and new versatility to the venerable .45-70 Government.
While big bore lever-actions have long been a favorite of deep woods whitetail hunters, 21st Century reloading components and ammunition have made the .45-70 much more versatile and easily capable of taking moose and elk out to 250 yards.
Collecting great hunting books is an enjoyable way to further your appreciation of the hunting tradition.
Like many hunters, I was fascinated with sporting literature from a very young age. Great works of hunting literature such as Ruark’s Horn of the Hunter ….
Weatherby’s new rifle for women is accurate, elegant, and fun to shoot.
It’s not surprising to me that many of the women I know shoot Weatherby rifles. Their excellent quality and accuracy aside, Weatherby rifles are often built with Monte-Carlo-style stocks
The elephants of the Selous need help, and hunting is critical to their survival.
When Benson Kibonde left his position as chief warden of the Selous Game Reserve in Tanzania in 2008 he thought the days of rampant ivory poaching in Tanzania were long past.