Modest Alberta farmer and accomplished bowhunter Shawn O'Shea takes the largest archery-killed elk to date
License data varies so wildly from state to state that there’s no accurate accounting of overall hunter numbers. Here’s why that’s a problem, and what’s being done to fix it
A Montana bill that would incentivize private landowners to manage elk herds is taking plenty of criticism. The controversy highlights larger issues facing conservation in America
Outdoor Life’s Hunting and Conservation Editor on what we hope to see from the Department of the Interior on energy, public lands, grizzlies, and more
Ammo industry experts (and basic economics) indicate that the military-driven ammo shortage is just a myth
On day two of her confirmation hearings Deb Haaland faced more questions on energy policy
Energy policy, national monuments, and fidelity to science define Haaland’s first day of confirmation hearings
The westernmost whitetail in North America has made a comeback, so much so that our Hunting Editor was able to draw a coveted tag
Delivering deer season’s tradition of fellowship, feasting, and fraternity…from behind an M95 face mask
If confirmed, Haaland will be the first indigenous person to lead the agency
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