Whenever you hear some “climate expert” or politician refer to global warming or climate change, they are lying to you. We have more CO2 in the atmosphere and the Earth is still in a cooling cycle…
Grants totaling $451,042 provided by the RMEF will fund more than three dozen habitat enhancement, research, hunting heritage and other conservation outreach projects across the state of Montana.
AGFC wildlife officer Sgt. Scott Watkins recently received the prestigious Waterways Management Award presented by the National Association of State Boating Law Administration.
Investing in and implementing the plan will help conserve wildlife and protect their habitat for the benefit of current and future generations.
Before venturing into the woods this fall, hunters, trappers and other recreationists are encouraged to review the changes to some trail designations in Pine County, Minnesota.
Four adult whooping cranes were spotted on Oct. 28 at Cheyenne Bottoms Wildlife Area in Barton County but were gone by the next day.
It’s about slashing our energy use, free enterprise, job creation, living standards and freedoms…
The Service is proposing a rule that will establish a permitting mechanism for the importation of sport-hunted lion trophies. Sport-hunting was not found to be a threat to the species at this time…
Like more than 400,000 others, I am anxiously awaiting Saturday, Nov. 8, when Minnesota’s firearms deer hunting season begins.
Yesterday, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service rejected the claim that the African lion merited listing as an endangered species under the Endangered Species Act…
The Mule Deer Foundation (MDF) now has an even greater presence in Colorado thanks to the formation of new chapters in Loveland/Fort Collins and Woodland Park.
The Mule Deer Foundation (MDF) has added a second regional director in Montana to accommodate the growth of Mule Deer Foundation chapters in the Big Sky State.
The iconic Glade Creek Grist Mill at Babcock State Park, a favorite of photographers from around the world, is now featured on a stamp issued by the United States Postal Service.
Fall colors are still pretty impressive in parts of southern and even central Wisconsin, but with the recent winds and several days of rain last week leaves are dropping rapidly.
One year after launching its blog, the Natural Resources Commission Youth Conservation Council is opening up that public platform – Michigan YCC – to young outdoor voices across the state.
The inaugural issue of the eJournal, Tall Timbers’ biannual magazine. Will allow staff, associates & guest contributors to write longer, more in-depth features on topics of interest to you…
The MDNR has announced that the 2014 U.S. Capitol Christmas tree will make its first public appearance on its journey to Washington, D.C. on Sunday, Nov. 2, at Itasca State Park.
Tacprogear, a maker of tactical equipment, will be exhibiting new products at the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) Conference…
Farmers and landowners in Arkansas have until Nov. 21 to submit applications to receive financial assistance to implement conservation activities through the Environmental Quality Incentives Program.
The producers of the AZGFD’s television show, Arizona Wildlife Views, took home eight Emmy Awards from the Rocky Mountain Southwest Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
Food shortages for white-backed vultures, which play a critical role in African ecosystems, mean we will have to serve them their meals to sustain healthy populations…
The Western Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies is continuously accepting landowner applications for 5- and 10-year conservation contracts that will benefit lesser prairie-chickens.
PGC Executive Director R. Matthew Hough today thanked state senators for their unanimous support on an initiative to improve safety for Wildlife Conservation Officers.
Georgia Wildlife Resources Division biologists say that some visiting hummers make the state their winter home and benefit from the nourishment feeders provide.
Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation President Jeff Crane was recently appointed to the Blue Ribbon Panel on Sustaining America’s Diverse Fish and Wildlife Resources…
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) is conducting an art contest to select the design for the state’s 2014-2015 upland game bird stamp.
The Tuttle Creek Wildlife Area has grown by almost 500 acres as the result of a collaborative effort between the KDWPT and conservation organizations.
Mike Rader, Wildlife Education Coordinator for KDWPT, was named Avian Conservationist of the Year by the Kansas Ornithological Society (KOS).
Tune in to the weeklong stunt featuring a squad of female enforcers that will help debunk myths and set aside preconceived notions about the eradication of nuisance animals…
Quail hunters from Jackson and Jefferson Counties in northeast Kansas have formed the newest chapter of Quail Forever in the country.