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Giving public land back to the states is a really bad idea

There is a battle currently raging over whether the vast majority of federally managed public land should be transferred to the states. At first glance, it seems like the states should be able to do a better job of managing public land than the federal government. However,...

source: By John McAdams
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The Wild Sheep Foundation is proud to announce a boost to its youth outdoor experience programming, thanks to increased support from longtime friends Larry and Brenda Potterfield and the MidwayUSA Foundation. In 2011, the...

source: WSF

The U.S. House voted to adopt the North American bison as the national mammal of the United States, bringing the iconic animal one step closer to receiving the recognition many groups have pushed for. The National Bison Legacy Act, which must get Senate approval before heading...

source: CNN

Alaska Game Management Unit 23 will be closed to outside hunters for one year due to a decline in the Western Arctic caribou herd. The Federal Subsistence Board voted in favor of the closure after members of the Arctic Subsistence Regional Advisory Council advised them that...

source: goHUNT

It can take years to draw an once-in-a-lifetime bighorn sheep tag and, should you be so lucky, you are allowed to hunt exactly one bighorn sheep. But that's not what one Nez Perce tribal member decided to do. In 2007, James Bronson, Jr. killed two bighorn sheep and was charged...

source: goHUNT

After four years of waiting, hunters in Oklahoma can finally celebrate another victory for suppressor use. Recently, Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin signed into law House Bill 2637, which legalized suppressors for hunting on public land. Hunting with suppressors on private land...

source: Outdoor Hub

Recently, it was reported in the Livingston Enterprise that visitors to Yellowstone National Park contributed $493.6 million in spending in communities near the park. That spending supported 7,737 jobs. And this research does not include all the jobs and income resulting...

source: Counter Punch

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