Category: Conservation Field Notes

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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.

April 12, 2013

Video: Improving Hunting Access

Sportsmen must travel farther than ever to access public lands. Public lands can be rendered inaccessible by adjacent private land owners. The federal Open Fields program incentivizes land owners to enable sportsmen access to...


April 2, 2013

Saving Texas Bighorn Sheep

Steven addresses concerns about Texas bighorn sheep in light of exotic and invasive species introductions within the bighorn’s native range. Bighorn sheep are what biologists call an “indicator species” – one whose presence, absence...


March 1, 2013

Stemming the Tide of Wetland Loss

Whether you’re tangling with redfish in the Mississippi Delta, casting for bonefish in the Florida Keys or in a duck blind in North Dakota, America’s wetlands and waterways provide unrivaled fishing and hunting opportunities....


February 17, 2013

Small Game and Hunting Access

Small game hunting has a special place in the hearts of hunters and is the perfect platform from which to introduce people to hunting, ethics and the outdoors. For most of America’s history, gaining...


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