Hunting is ‘slowly dying off,’ and that has created a crisis for the nation’s many endangered species.
By FRANCES STEAD SELLERS, February 2, 2020, The Washington Post

Americans’ interest in hunting is on the decline, cutting into funding for conservation, which stems largely from hunting licenses, permits and taxes on firearms, bows and other equipment.
Even as more people are engaging in outdoor activities, hunting license sales have fallen from a peak of about 17 million in the early ’80s to 15 million last year

Trump let down American hunters and anglers

By TOM KUGLIN, February 15, 2018 Missoulian
“Admit it and stay calm, have a drink of water,” he said. “A lot of people start to panic immediately, so take a second and assess the situation. The first step is always admitting that you have a problem, and that can be hard for a lot of people when they’re lost.”

By NICOLE MEIER, January 23, 2018 usfwsnortheastblog
“When I’m in the woods, I am connected, and I feel a sense of belonging and mindfulness – I’m acutely aware of myself, the place, and other beings I am interacting with.”

Yoga for Hunters
By January 10, 2018, Backcountry Journal
Venery hunters know first hand how helpful yoga practice can be for a successful hunting season! Not to mention how well it works to ease those post-hunt aches and pains.

Confessions of a Sensible Gun Owner 
By LILY RAFF MCCAULOU, October 7, 2017, the New York Times

The discipline
By CHRIS MADSON, July 12, 2017, the land ethic