The Pope & Young Club/St. Charles Museum of Bowhunting to join Johnny Morris’ Wonders of Wildlife National Museum and Aquarium in Springfield, Missouri

Preeminent collection of bowhunting artifacts relocates to America’s Conservation Capital, home to unprecedented assembly of exhibits from leading conservation organizations SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Officials from the Pope & Young Club in Chatfield, Minn., together with noted conservationist and Bass Pro Shops founder Johnny Morris, today announced plans to relocate the Pope & Young Club/St. Charles Museum… Continue reading The Pope & Young Club/St. Charles Museum of Bowhunting to join Johnny Morris’ Wonders of Wildlife National Museum and Aquarium in Springfield, Missouri

NWTF Congratulates U.S. Forest Service Chief on Retirement

EDGEFIELD, S.C.—The National Wild Turkey Federation congratulates USDA Forest Service Chief Vicki Christiansen on her upcoming retirement in August. For more than 40 years, the Forest Service has been the NWTF’s largest federal conservation partner, helping us to impact more than 20 million acres of wildlife habitat across public and private lands through stewardship agreements,… Continue reading NWTF Congratulates U.S. Forest Service Chief on Retirement

TRCP Applauds USDA Tongass Announcement

First step toward restoring safeguards to roadless areas in Alaska’s Tongass National Forest (Washington D.C.)—Hunters and anglers commended an announcement that the U.S. Department of Agriculture intends to “restore or replace” the previous administration’s decision to exempt the Tongass National Forest from the 2001 Roadless Rule. The Tongass exemption, which was finalized in October 2020,… Continue reading TRCP Applauds USDA Tongass Announcement

Benelli Continues Champion of Delta Corporate Sponsorship with Delta Waterfowl

Benelli is proud to renew its support for Delta Waterfowl as Champion of Delta corporate sponsor for the coming year. The sponsorship allows Delta Waterfowl to continue its conservation and research efforts to ensure the future of waterfowl hunting. “Delta Waterfowl is leading the way in waterfowl conservation,” said Benelli USA General Manager Tom Debolt.… Continue reading Benelli Continues Champion of Delta Corporate Sponsorship with Delta Waterfowl

CSF Leads Charge to Sustain Bedrock Fisheries Conservation Law in both House and Senate

(WASHINGTON, D.C.)— Over the last week, the United States Congress has introduced two bills to safeguard the most significant fisheries conservation funding program in the nation. Last Friday, the Sport Fish Restoration, Recreational Boating Safety, and Wildlife Restoration Act of 2021 was introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives by Congressional Sportsmen’s Caucus (CSC) Co-Chair Rep.… Continue reading CSF Leads Charge to Sustain Bedrock Fisheries Conservation Law in both House and Senate

Anglers Inn International Continues Complimentary Memberships to B.A.S.S.

Billy Chapman Jr., owner and founder of Anglers Inn International, believes everyone should become a B.A.S.S. member. And he puts his money where it supports his dedication to bass fishing. The Freshwater Fishing Hall of Famer and a member of the Bass Anglers Sportsman Society (B.A.S.S.) will buy an annual B.A.S.S. membership for the first… Continue reading Anglers Inn International Continues Complimentary Memberships to B.A.S.S.

Pheasants Forever and Partners Hire Maureen Kinlan to Serve as Washington State Big Game Project Manager

New position to improve mule deer habitat and critical landscapes for sage grouse Pheasants Forever is excited to announce the hiring of Maureen Kinlan as the organization’s new Washington State big game project manager. The position will work to implement conservation and restoration efforts in high-priority Mule Deer Management Zones along the eastern slope of the… Continue reading Pheasants Forever and Partners Hire Maureen Kinlan to Serve as Washington State Big Game Project Manager

North Dakota waterfowl populations down due to severe drought

Newly released numbers from the North Dakota Game and Fish Department’s (NDGFD) 74th annual breeding duck survey indicate a below-average breeding season for waterfowl. The main cause of the decline is lack of water – the 2021 May water index was down 80% from 2020, and nearly 68% below the 1948-2020 average in the state.… Continue reading North Dakota waterfowl populations down due to severe drought

Watch DU’s newest online film: “Chef Ric”

Ducks Unlimited (DU) recently released the latest film in its online series, DU Films. In this film, the fourth of season 7, DU Films travels to the Texas middle coast near Bay City. Tropical Storm Beta had just passed, and September’s early teal season was in full swing. Chef Ric Rosser of Spread Oaks Ranch… Continue reading Watch DU’s newest online film: “Chef Ric”

House Committee Considers the MAPLand Act

Sportsmen and sportswomen call for swift passage of important public land access legislation (Washington D.C.)—Hunters and anglers around the nation voiced support for the bipartisan Modernizing Access to our Public Land (MAPLand) Act as the bill received its first hearing in the 117th Congress. The House Natural Resources Committee held a hearing on Tuesday for the MAPLand… Continue reading House Committee Considers the MAPLand Act