Here in Kansas, we’re excited to report great habitat conditions across the state laid the foundation for excellent pheasant and quail seasons.
On the 7 December 2016, EU Commissioners confirmed the next steps of the Fitness Check of the Birds and Habitats Directives.
The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish recovery plan for the white-tailed ptarmigan is available for public review and comment.
The Arizona Game and Fish Department and the U.S. Fish, Wildlife Service recently received a photograph of a jaguar taken by a trail camera.
A candid interview with Humanitarian Operations Protecting Elephants’ Founder and Chairman, Steve Brignoli on the smart path towards saving wild elephants.
Tahquamenon Falls State Park will provide an improved area at the Lower Falls for quiet recreation beginning this winter.
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission will kick off its public informational meetings about big game animal management at two sites in the Panhandle.
In 1916, the United States and Canada signed the Migratory Bird Treaty to protect birds across state and national borders.
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) today released the Conservation Plan for Gray Wolves in California (Part 1 and Part 2).
Once again, Leupold & Stevens has stepped up to support wildlife conservation and outdoor education by making a generous gift of a VX-6 3-18x44mm Riflescope and a GR 12-40×60 HD Spotting Scope Kit
Randon Goebel, 21, was wanted in Ohio after failing to appear for sentencing on a felony abduction charge and violation of a personal protection order.
Snyder created the Commission through Executive Order 2016-5 after he announced plans for it during his State of the State address in January.
An investigation into hunting, firearms-related violations led officers to the Dec. 2 arrest of a Harrington man on multiple charges.
Anyone who tries to prevent us from using these energy resources is denying us our right to improve our lives, and even our right to live…
Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism biologists have been busy investigating a flurry of mountain lion reports lately.
Donald Trump plans to “roll back progress” on climate change, energy and the environment, activists, regulators and their media allies assert.
The grasslands proposal targets 150,000 acres in eight states — Arkansas, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Missouri, North Carolina, Ohio and Virginia.
The Black Hills recently received up to 3 feet of snow, but GFP officials want to remind snowmobilers that the trail system does not open until Dec. 15.
Weekes has worked with major corporations, non-profit sports organizations, has led USA Shooting’s USA Shooting strategic marketing, fundraising efforts.
The most significant change is the establishment of three additional public input periods early to increase transparency, allow for more public involvement.
An annual survey of the Mount Graham red squirrel revealed a decline in the number of the endangered squirrels in the Pinaleño Mountains in south Arizona.
Wyoming sportsmen today commended a decision to reject a controversial land swap that would result in the loss of public access to thousands of acres.
Celebrate the season with winter, holiday fun at Ponca SP. Now through the last day of winter, the park offers a variety of seasonal events for families.
An article in The New York Times discusses the dangers faced by individuals who put their lives at risk to help protect wildlife, end poaching in Africa.
New Mexico Department of Game and Fish game wardens helped save a 63-year-old Alto woman stranded overnight in her car on a remote road in the forest.
Michigan educators with students in grades 9 through 12 can register for a free elk education program designed to fit into a busy school semester while still meeting educational standards.
Run in the 2nd Annual Moose on the Loose 5K hosted by Julie McQueen and Jimmy Herman on Monday, January 16 at 4 p.m.
BHA’s Quiet Waters initiative is a proactive effort to address advancing motorized technology on one of Montana’s most valuable assets.
A petition to list the lesser prairie-chicken as endangered and another to list the leopard as endangered throughout its range in Africa will move to the next phase.
For this year’s event, the weather was perfect, the seas were calm and the fish cooperated. Among the five anglers, the group caught four sailfish, four Bonita, six King Mackerel and a snapper.
Hunters should be keeping an eye on the House-Senate energy conference as it contains several provisions important to sportsmen and outdoor enthusiasts.
WDFW is seeking public comments on a draft management plan for the Scotch Creek and Sinlahekin wildlife areas in north central Washington.
KDWPT game wardens, KHP troopers and county sheriff’s officers will conduct joint highway checkpoints at various locations on Sunday, November 13, 2016.
The Montana Outdoor Hall of Fame recently named Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation co-founder Bob Munson among its 2016 inductees.
It’s about 85% complete, and the only segment left to be finished in North Dakota is a 1,000-foot passage under Lake Oahe, a man-made reservoir on the Missouri River.
The Arizona Game and Fish Department is pleased to be hosting a Power of Data Teacher Workshop in the Summer 2017 for anyone who’s interested.
The world famous peregrine falcon live webcam, hosted by the Arizona Game and Fish Department, will be returning in January.
The Minnesota DNR has selected a 20-member advisory committee to provide the agency with feedback, advice on deer management, developing a statewide plan.
With the holiday season under way and Giving Tuesday taking place Nov. 29, the MDNR is highlighting easy opportunities to support Michigan’s great outdoors.
WDFW established a hotline to report in three northwest Washington counties as part of its ongoing effort to assess the impact of lead poisoning on swans.