Tony Davis said the plan is in the 30-day public comment phase and will be voted on by the seven-member Commission at the next monthly meeting.
Another year has passed and if a new off-highway vehicle (OHV) is in the cards this holiday season, the Arizona Game and Fish Department advises you to remember the wear the following equipment.
A new job for those leftover trees – as fish habitat. Drop-off locations let your old Christmas tree have a second life as underwater cover.
Michigan’s House of Representatives voted 69-39 last week to define wolves as a game species and to authorize the state to designate game species.
Pronghorn Antelope and Elk Hunt Draw Information booklets are expected to be available the first week of January at department offices, license dealers.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources today announced that 36 communities across the state will share $1,461,500 in Recreation Passport grants.
The Michigan DNR today announced that 17 community and DNR parks, trails and sports facilities across the state have been recommended to share $2,289,600.
Following state land board decision to postpone the Elliott’s sale, sportsmen speak up on behalf of Oregon’s oldest state forest.
In Trump’s Contract with the American Voter, a “100-day action plan to Make America Great Again,” Mr. Trump outlines several measures.
Recognized for her contributions to restore and manage bobwhite quail habitat in Tennessee, Brittney Viers of Quail Forever was recently presented the National Fire Bird Conservation Award.
The Coues deer is widely considered one of the most difficult deer to hunt. The subspecies of white-tailed deer live in the rugged terrain of Arizona, New Mexico and Mexico
The Tennessee Wildlife Federation has received its largest one-time gift ever thanks to conservationists J. Clark Akers and Anthony T. Campbell and their winding down of the NEF.
Waterfowl and whooping cranes will find improved habitat this winter on the Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge in Anahuac, Texas.
Investigations by the CDFW have culminated in illegal trafficking of wildlife cases pending in Los Angeles and Alameda counties, and in San Francisco.
The statement of the UNEP/CMS/FAO Co-Convened Scientific Task Force on Avian Influenza and Wild Birds has been published.
It is imperative that all sportsmen and women who find it important to keep our Federal lands open to hunting and shooting take this draft plan seriously by reading it and submitting individual commen
Opportunities in the Elliott for hunting species such as Roosevelt elk, black-tailed deer, fishing for wild salmon, steelhead and coastal cutthroat trout.
CSF and RGS signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) for the shared goals of the two organizations to advance science-based wildlife management.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and its conservation partners permanently protected and opened access to 1,453 acres of wildlife and riparian habitat in southwest Washington.
Media representatives interested in attending one of the world’s fastest-growing outdoor conventions and expos only have a few weeks to pre-register for credentials.
Public lands sportsmen today applauded the denial of federal mineral leases in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness watershed.
The BLM is seeking public input on recreational target-shooting management alternatives for the Sonoran Desert National Monument, near Gila Bend.
Pheasants Forever was recently presented with the National Land Protection Award by USFWS for the organization’s pheasants, waterfowl conservation.
Safari Club International’s President Larry Higgins issued the following statement reacting to news that Rep. Ryan Zinke had accepted Trump’s offer:
From Hawaii to Texas and Indiana to Delaware, 31 refuges that normally charge entrance fees will offer free admission on these days in 2017.