Category: Conservation Field Notes

Our blog is where we break down the conservation issues that sportsmen and women need to know about. Get the latest intel from Capitol Hill, learn more about complex science and policy, and follow along with field reports from our staff on the ground. This is where conservation gets personal.

June 7, 2013

Dall’s Sheep Species Background

Dall’s Sheep Species Background. – There are four subspecies of North American wild sheep: Thinhorns which consist of the Dall’s and Stone’s sheep; and Bighorns which consist of the desert and Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep. –...


May 1, 2013

Saving Alaska’s Bristol Bay

Steven discusses the potentially catastrophic effects of the proposed Pebble Mine in Alaska’s Bristol Bay. • At stake is an ecosystem that supports the finest wild salmon habitat on Earth. Each year, returning salmon...


April 19, 2013

Video: Sportsmen and Climate Change

In the next century, nearly 40 percent of the natural ecosystems where sportsmen hunt and fish will change due to a number of reasons, including climate change. Higher water temperatures in waterways such as...


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WHAT WILL FEWER HUNTERS MEAN FOR CONSERVATION?

The precipitous drop in hunter participation should be a call to action for all sportsmen and women, because it will have a significant ripple effect on key conservation funding models.

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