hunting

endangered species

Yellowstone’s Grizzly Bears Reinstated as Endangered Species, Judge Rules

A judge has overturned a controversial decision by the Trump administration to remove federal protections from Yellowstone’s iconic grizzly bears.
Sarah Emerson
9.25.18
Conservation

Most Hunt Management Plans Aren’t Based in Science

In a new study, 60 percent of plans—spanning Canadian provinces and US states—lacked a scientific approach.
Lisa Cumming
3.7.18
Outer Limits

Inside Florida’s Alligator Hunting Season

I went to Florida's alligator hunting grounds to see how they were killed and sold.
Zak Bennett
11.13.17
Conservation

Hunt Moose to Save Caribou That Are Killed By Wolves, Scientists Say

Canada's caribou are under threat.
Jacob Dubé
8.29.17
biomimicry

Your Favorite Sandwich Filler Is Powered By Nature’s Finest Hydraulic System

Pacific bluefin tuna will help us make better boats and autonomous vehicles.
Jacob Dubé
7.20.17
clever girl

As Female Elk Age, They Become Practically Impossible to Hunt

These elk can learn.
Lisa Cumming
6.14.17
hunting

Republicans Vote to Allow Killing of Wolves and Bears on Refuges in Alaska

The US Fish and Wildlife Service rule prohibits controversial methods like gassing dens and shooting cubs.
Grennan Milliken
2.18.17
Hunters FTW

That Was Quick: Hunters Stopped a Bill to Privatize Over 3 Million Acres of Public Land

A Republican congressman introduced the bill, then withdrew it in just one week.
Kaleigh Rogers
2.2.17
video

Hydrodipping: The 'Redneck' Artform Taking YouTube by Storm

Water transfer printing has taken hunting culture and internet viral video culture by storm.
Oliver Lee Bateman
1.21.17
politics

Is Hunting a Constitutional Right? Kansas and Indiana Voters Will Decide

Nineteen other states already have measures like this in their state bills of rights.
Kaleigh Rogers
11.7.16
texas

Texans Defend Their Right to Hunt Snakes With Gasoline

Rattlesnake roundups are still a thing.
Meredith Rutland Bauer
11.3.16
News

The World’s Only Red Wolves Live in North Carolina, Many People Want Them Gone

A conservation stalemate has gone to court.
Kaleigh Rogers
10.4.16
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