Hunting Clubs and Organizations

Hunting clubs and organizations have been around for centuries and most of them deal with a specific type of game. Some hunting clubs and organizations are dedicated to hunting principles or methods as opposed to a certain prey.

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The National Rifle Association focuses its considerable power on protecting the Second Amendment — the right to bear arms. But that was not their primary mission in their early years. So what changed?

By Vivien Bullen & Patrick J. Kiger

Hunters and anglers often find themselves caught in the middle of endless battles between legislators, animal-rights groups and conservationists. The U.S. Sportsmen's Alliance works to defend the rights of hunters, anglers and other sportsmen.

By Simon Shadow

Bird populations are declining all over North America, and game birds are among the most threatened. Quail Unlimited works to restore the natural habitat of quail and allow the species to thrive.

By Andrew Aguecheek


With the help of the National Wild Turkey Federation, the wild turkey population in North America has exploded since the early 1970s. How do they do it?

By Olivia Page

Pheasants Forever is one of the largest conservation groups in North America and is dedicated to saving pheasant and other wildlife populations through habitat improvement and conservation efforts.

By Olivia Page

If you're looking for some legitimate recognition for the buck's head you have mounted on your living room wall, then consider joining this club. Its members are serious about measuring bucks.

By Chris Marlowe

Ducks Unlimited has a rich history that started with very humble beginnings during one of the country's worst periods. It's grown by leaps and bounds to become one of the world's most recognized conservation organizations. So what do they do?

By Simon Shadow


Whether you or someone you know is an avid lover of the outdoors or doesn't know a rifle from a fishing pole, check out Women in the Outdoors for a new and exciting opportunity to connect with nature.

By Libby Little