Action Alert: Expand Hunting Rights in Montana

Should disabled veterans be allowed to hunt with accommodations on the land they fought and sacrificed for? Do you think Montana should allow the disabled community the right to hunt and enjoy the outdoor lifestyle too? If you answered yes, we need you to take action now. Senate Bill 111, a bill allowing disabled veterans…

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Vermont Hunters: Act Now Before Bear Hunting Rights Are Destroyed

Four anti-hunting bills are being considered in the Vermont legislature that would severely restrict the practice of hunting bears with hounds in Vermont. If passed, these new rules around bear hunting with hounds – including keeping your dog in sight at all times and ensuring your dog does not ever cross into private property without…

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Hunt The Vote – Final Results and Impact

Our final data compilation from the 2020 election was completed at the end of March. This data revealed that Hunt the Vote’s efforts to turn out hunters who were new or very infrequent—“low-propensity”—voters was resoundingly successful. In 2020, Hunt The Vote activated an astounding 464,000 hunters in eight key states who had never voted or…

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Vermont Call to Action

A defacto ban on bear hunting in Vermont is being pushed through the state’s legislature! Abruptly last night, anti-hunting amendments were attached to an unrelated bill in an attempt to severely restrict the practice of hunting bears with hounds in Vermont. If passed, these new rules around bear hunting with hounds–including keeping your dog in…

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Michigan Wolf Population Out-of-Control

Wolves chasing deer through backyards in the middle of the day. Wolves captured on camera running by a local elementary school. A human-wolf encounter while running in the park. These are all undeniable signs that the wolf population in Michigan is out-of-control. Latest estimates by the Michigan DNR project the wolf population at 700. But…

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Hunting Rights Group Compels Wisconsin to Hold First Wolf Hunt in 7 Years

Last fall, following successful conservation efforts, Interior Secretary David Bernhardt announced the removal of the gray wolf from federal Endangered Species Act protections, and on January 4, 2021, the removal became official. A conservation success story, the wolf population in the continental United States didn’t just recover, it grew exponentially, unleashing an overwhelming number of…

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