Hunters in two states are funding pro-hunting public relations campaigns in an effort to beat the antis at their own game.
A group called the Nimrod Society is urging other states to adopt a similar model and help spread the word.
What’s behind the alarming decline of caribou in North America?
Caribou numbers are down across most of their range, and scientists are trying to figure out why.
One of the most expensive rifles ever sold belonged to the cavalry officer who captured Geronimo.
The rifle was sold by Rock Island Auction in 2016.
Sports Afield is proud to be a corporate sponsor of Conservation Force.
Conservation Force has been protecting and serving wildlife and the hunting community for decades.
Scenes from our annual SHOT show cocktail party.
Sports Afield contributors, partners, advertisers and licensees gathered for a fun evening in Las Vegas.
Craig Boddington’s new book fetches record sale price at auction.
A leather-bound copy of From the Cape to Kasserine just sold at auction for an incredible amount.
Hypothermia is a serious condition, and it doesn’t just happen in frigid temperatures.
In fact, a large number of hypothermia cases in a recent study occurred in Florida, a place not generally associated with cold.
DSC’s Frontline Foundation supports those who are injured or killed in the war against poaching.
As poaching becomes ever more widespread and organized in Africa, professional hunters who spend a great deal of time in remote areas are often the ones who are in a position to put a stop to it—at great risk to their own safety.
Robin Hurt and James Mellon will guide a special safari in Namibia to benefit APHA.
Don’t miss your chance to hunt with two of Africa’s greatest living hunters.