In the "us-vs.-them" arguments with anti-hunters, let's not forget that we all have a common empathy for animals.
The historical context of the public lands debate.
Is it possible for humans to feed themselves without damaging the environment? Of course - it's called hunting.
We may be entering a time when science no longer holds sway and vague notions of "morality" will determine the future of hunting.
Trophy hunting has been an important facet of wildlife recovery in North America since the early years of the conservation movement.
The fate of the rhino may rest on the decision of whether or not to allow commercial trade in rhino horn.
Despite the drumbeats of doom and gloom, there are many reasons to be optimistic about hunting's future.
What does it take to be a leader in the hunting world?
Theodore Roosevelt said it best: "Much has been given us, and much will rightfully be expected of us."
Has "trophy" become a lethal adjective for hunting?