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Past 6 years sees some of the biggest cases in U.S. history
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10 special tags will be awarded to winners of the 2014 raffle
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New rule would clarify federal jurisdiction over waterways
Hunters play an important role in caring for and managing wildlife. One example is the Pittman-Robertson Act; it was enacted in 1937 to collect and redistribute taxes collected to improve wildlife management practices and to educate hunters. Every time an individual buys a...
Unlike oil, coal, or other non-renewable resources, wildlife is considered a renewable resource: it is a resource which can replenish itself as long as it is not completely depleted.
There are many things that hunters can do to help with wildlife management and conservation. Joining a national organization that exists to protect wildlife, such as the Nature Conservancy, or a local (state) organization like the Montana Wildlife Foundation, is one way to...