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Polar Bears Kills Mother and Child in Alaska

A polar bear killed a mother and child in an Alaskan village. This doubles the documented number of people killed by polar bears in Alaska.

Hunting Successes Plenty as 2022-2023 Season Wanes

Whether it was ducks, bucks, pheasant, or other game, the renaissance of American hunting that began a few years ago is growing.

Officials React to Coyote Infestation in Massachusetts

An infestation of coyotes in Massachusetts has resulted in a town calling for the killing of the pests by skilled marksmen from the federal department of Agriculture.

Polar Bear Attack on Russians Stopped with Handgun and Rifles

A Russian research expedition had serious problems with polar bears in the Svalbard archipelago in the summer of 1990. When a polar bear attempted to break into an occupied cabin, it was killed.

Graphic Evidence of Bears Killing Young Bears

A recent video from Yellowstone Park shows a mature Boar brutally attacking and mortally wounding a sub-adult bear. Killings of young bears by mature boars is a common occurrence.

Bear Attack Stopped by Man with Knife, Tarzan Style

Tom Tilley killed a 200 lb black bear that stalked him and his dog, Sam. Sam placed himself between Tom and the bear. The bear grabbed Sam, and Tom killed the bear with his knife, Tarzan style.

Radical Group Petitions for Total on Ban Lead Ammo & Tackle in Wildlife Refuges

Hunters & anglers are the backbone of fish & wildlife funding in America, & yet, ignorantly PEER rejects this argument out of hand...

Polar Bear Attack Stopped with .500 Magnum

On March 5, 2005, two people were attacked by a polar bear in the Svalbard Archipelago. One of them stopped the bear with a .500 Smith & Wesson Magnum.

Bear Attack in Alaska Stopped with .40 S&W Pistol

A black bear attack on a family in an Alaskan park was stopped with a Smith & Wesson .40 caliber pistol. Pictures and interview with Weatherly Bates.

Two Successful Defensive uses of .22 Mag Against Bears

Then his oldest yelled, "Bear!" and James turned around. The bear was about six feet from him. It had been within 3-4 feet of his back...

NY’s New Ammo Registry Threatens Conservation

It’s only been two weeks since New York Democratic Gov. Kathy Hochul’s expanded gun restriction laws took effect.

Polar Bear Attack in Canada found in FOIA Incident

In 1983, a worker for Panarctic Oil was attacked by a sow polar bear and her cub. In heroic actions worthy of a science fiction movie, his colleagues rallied and saved his life.