State Fish and Wildlife Agencies

State fish and wildlife agencies’ operations run on top of a significant infrastructure that touches tens of millions of outdoor enthusiast each and every year. Agencies manage the wildlife resources and access to hunter education and hunting opportunities. The following states are actively engaged with the Council in ensuring the future of hunting and the shooting sports. Alabama Alaska ArizonaArkansasCaliforniaColoradoConnecticutDelaware …

Council to Advance Hunting and the Shooting Sports Leadership

The Council’s Board of Directors is made up of a variety of Non-Profit and Conservation Groups, Firearms and Archery Industry leaders and State Fish and Wildlife Agencies. The Council’s strength, and this unique opportunity, comes from the depth and breadth of its stakeholders and the powerful assets they bring to bear. Non-Profit and Conservation Groups Firearms and Archery Industry State Fish …

CDFW Officers Recognized for Outstanding Acts and Achievements

By ahughan Several wildlife officers from the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) Law Enforcement Division were recently recognized for exceptional performances. Awards were presented in front of their peers during a CDFW luncheon held in January 2017, in conjunction with CDFW’s annual Advanced Officer Training. Many of the awards are issued directly by CDFW, while … Continue reading …

Young Hunters, Mentors Enjoy Successful Youth Waterfowl Hunting Days

By kmacinty Nearly 1,000 young hunters took to the fields on Feb. 4-5 this year, as Youth Waterfowl Hunting Days opened to clearing skies and the ducks and geese were plentiful. These special two days of waterfowl hunting were open only to junior license holders age 17 or younger, and their non-hunting adult mentors. Various hunts were … Continue reading …