The Ruffed Grouse Society (RGS) and American Woodcock Society (AWS) increased membership and awarded $12,500 for future regional habitat projects through the 2014-15 RGS and AWS Member-Get-A-Member…
Eighteen of the top sportsmen’s groups in the United States penned a letter to leading appropriators in Congress supporting the swift completion of the EPA’s process to protect Bristol Bay from…….
April 1 marked the start of the Department of Natural Resources’ 2015 fuelwood season.
Minnesota’s outdoors enthusiasts would see significant improvements to the state’s management of fish and wildlife, and to other outdoor recreation programs, under a budget being proposed by Gov. Mark
What politicians are doing amounts to totalitarianism on the installment plan…
Bobwhite quail—a native species, as well as a current species of concern in Ohio—have a brighter future in the state after a successful landowner meeting established Ohio’s first-ever quail focus…..
The National Bobwhite Conservation Initiative (NBCI) has hired a researcher from Southern Illinois University (SIU) Carbondale, Derek Evans, as the program’s new data analyst. Evans will begin work…
On Friday; April 10, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers took a critical next step toward finalizing a clean water rule that clearly defines protections…..
The winning artwork will be reproduced on a stamp which must be carried by most waterfowl hunters. Waterfowl stamps are also purchased by collectors and other conservation-minded citizens.
The Department of Natural Resources today announced it is accepting applications from Michigan’s youth, ages 14 to 18, who are interested in being a part of the NRC Youth Council.
Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World Radio’s April 11 show features Becky Humphries from the National Wild Turkey Federation and Craig Dougherty of the National Deer Alliance.
The entire population of whooping cranes in the Central Flyway is expected to migrate through Nebraska over the next several weeks. Conservation entities encourage the public to report whooping crane
Hazing of double-crested cormorants is set to begin soon in several areas along the Oregon Coast to improve survival of juvenile salmon and steelhead.
The department also has scheduled a series of six “open houses” for its constituents to review and ask questions about the proposed recommendations.
MidwayUSA is excited to announce the release of “Moose Hunting – A Change of Luck” a short story by Larry Potterfield, Founder and CEO of MidwayUSA.
The National Deer Alliance has named eight individuals well-versed in conservation and the hunting and shooting industries to the first NDA Board of Directors.
Experts on Deer, Deer Hunting and Deer Conservation to bolster National Deer Alliance’s North American Deer Summit…
The Louisiana Wildlife Federation presented Chevron with the Business Conservationist of the Year Award at Saturday’s banquet honoring recipients of the Governor’s Conservation Achievement Awards.
The Pennsylvania Board of Game Commissioners today met at a working group meeting, and the next time the board convenes, it will be at its full, eight-member complement
Things will start off slowly, with an adult at the nest almost all the time brooding the chicks to keep them warm and safe. But like most newborns, they’ll eat a lot, too.
Approximately 25,000 Ohio Wetland Habitat Stamps were purchased last year.
Two sessions will be held starting at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. at the Peter Norbeck Visitor Center
The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks’ (GFP) Nonresident Waterfowl License Work Group held its third and final meeting on March 2, 2015.
Pennsylvania Game Commission Executive Director R. Matthew Hough today presented the agency’s annual report to the General Assembly, and delivered testimony before the House Game and Fisheries Commit
Quail hunters and conservationists in Texas have added a new chapter of Quail Forever in the state’s South Plains region.
On Friday, April 3 2015, the U.S. Sportsmen’s Alliance Foundation and the Maine Trappers Association filed to intervene in a lawsuit in Maine brought by the animal rights group, Friends of Animals…
Now with five different trails to explore, for the beginning birder or the seasoned veteran, wildlife-viewing hot spots have never been easier to find and enjoy.
The melting snow may be a welcome change from winter’s chill, but the Department of Natural Resources reminds residents that pleasant weather also brings the threat of wildfires.
Winners of the Consumers Energy-sponsored Wetland Wonders Challenge, hosted by the Department of Natural Resources and Michigan United Conservation Clubs, were awarded an ultimate waterfowl hunting pr
The Department of Natural Resources today announced that the application to nominate forest land for enrollment in Michigan’s Forest Legacy Program is available online.
Pheasants Forever improved habitat for pheasants and other upland wildlife on more than 15,000 acres in Wisconsin in 2014.
Soon the United States will soon be the only nation that strangles its economy and imperils people’s health and welfare in the name of stopping climate change…
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) has completed its draft Deer Conservation and Management Plan. which is now available for public comment and review.
The Department of Natural Resources’ Nongame Wildlife Program is seeking volunteers to participate in the Minnesota Frog and Toad Calling Survey to help track population changes in the state.
Two bull elk were illegally shot and killed near Grygla in an area that holds Minnesota’s smallest elk herd and has been closed to hunting since 2012, according to the Department of Natural Resources.
Maine Superior Court Justice Joyce Wheeler sided with the U.S. Sportsmen’s Alliance and fully dismissed a lawsuit aimed at silencing Maine’s wildlife professionals…
The Fukushima reactor in Japan as the result of an earthquake & subsequent tsunami had 3 of its cores melted but there have been no deaths or radiation sickness. That’s the part you’re not told about.
One aspect of wildlife management that is growing rapidly is the restoration of native habitat and growing crops with game birds like quail and turkey in mind.
More than 50 volunteers turned out on Tuesday during the Easter Jeep Safari to help improve Moab’s popular Seven Mile Rim Trail and Wipe Out Hill.
Well-funded animal rights and anti-hunting organizations are chipping away at hunting and fishing. Publicity stunts, frivolous lawsuits & misleading petitions are the tools of their trade…