The special recognition is in honor of contributions to wildlife, fish and native plant conservation.
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission’s Enforcement Division K-9 team took top honors at the 2015 Southern States Manhunt Field Trials held earlier this month at Camp Robinson in North Little Rock.
The interaction between three elegant terns and an intruding Heermann’s gull has earned Arcata photographer Leslie Scopes Anderson the title of grand prize winner for the 2014 California Wildlife Pho
Carl Zeiss Sports Optics, the world’s leading manufacturer in high performance sports optics, is pleased to announce that Carl Zeiss Sports Optics GmbH of the ZEISS Group will sponsor the annual……
Over the past decade, SCI Chapters and SCI Foundation have helped finance the management and upkeep of the wood bison herd. Now, we hunter-conservationists are pleased to participate…
Mark Clarke Named Wildlife Manager of the Year, DNR Cpl. Michael Sibole presented Sharp Spur Award by West Virginia Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation.
Annual reports for Michigan’s seven Wetland Wonders –now available on the Department of Natural Resources website.
Quail Forever completed 1,805 wildlife habitat projects and improved habitat for quail, pheasants and other wildlife on 202,630 acres in 2014.
NOAA Fisheries and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service proposed today to reclassify the green sea turtle under the Endangered Species Act (ESA), and list turtles originating from two breeding……….
Quail Forever and Pheasants Forever improved habitat for quail, pheasants, and other upland wildlife on more than 30,000 acres in Missouri in 2014.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation awarded grants to fund 20 conservation projects that will improve more than 23,000 acres of wildlife habitat in the state of Oregon.
Gov. Rick Snyder today signed legislation creating more outdoor recreation opportunities for local communities and authorizing nearly $24.7 million in Michigan Natural Resources Trust Fund (MNRTF) gr
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will host the meeting at the Niobrara Lodge, 803 E. U.S. Highway 20, from 7-9 p.m. A presentation on the projects will be foll
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission will consider changes to big game regulations March 20 at a meeting in Lexington
The project will help wildlife habitat recover from last summer’s South Fork Complex Fire, which burned more than 60,000 acres in the Murderers Creek basin.
The New Mexico Game Commission will meet March 26 in Alamogordo to discuss possible strategies to reintroduce desert bighorn sheep in the Sacramento Mountains of southern New Mexico.
The Arizona State Senate confirmed law enforcement veteran James S. Zieler as the newest member to serve on the Arizona Game and Fish Commission.
Pheasants Forever improved habitat for pheasants and other upland wildlife on more than 43,000 acres in South Dakota in 2014.
House lawmakers from the Committee on Appropriations met today to consider funding decisions impacting fish, wildlife, and public lands.
Department of Natural Resources conservation officers rescued three people early Sunday evening after they fell through thin ice on the east end of Detroit’s Belle Isle.
To enter the contest, young artists must complete and submit an application by the new deadline of Friday, March 20, with a description and preliminary sketch of their design.
GunBroker.com and The Best of the West have joined together to create a one-of-a-kind, custom built long range shooting system that is currently up for auction on GunBroker.com.
Golf course architect Gil Hanse and outdoor brand Mossy Oak have joined forces to create a truly unique new golf experience with the highest detail in nature preservation.
Joseph Hosmer, President Safari Club International (SCI) Foundation, announced today that the deadline for college students interested in applying for Safari Club International Foundation conservation
A young mountain lion was shot on a Nebraska farm. Such deaths are often necessary.
Ducks Unlimited recognized Louisiana businessman and conservationist Warren Coco last night at a tribute event in Baton Rouge.
A young male mountain lion was shot and killed on the evening of March 8 approximately 5 miles south of Whiteclay in Sheridan County.
The first Karelian bear dog (KBD) used to help manage conflicts with bears and other potentially dangerous wildlife in Washington state is retiring after 12 years of service.
Jim & Eva Shockey have been selected as National Hunting & Fishing Day co-chairs. The father, daughter team gives sportsmen and women a unique voice that is as charming as it is lethal…
The 2014 National Championships for the National Kennel Club (NKC) bird dog competition, the National Upland Classic Series, was held March 4-7 at the Talbot Wildlife Center in Mt Vernon, Missouri.
The Bipartisan Sportsman’s Act is not only an access bill, but also a way to promote economic growth. Sportsmen across the country spend billions of dollars each year on outdoor activities…
The Orvis Company, Inc. of Manchester, VT announced the four recipients of its annual Customer Matching Grant program.
Amphibians and reptiles benefited when John Jensen abandoned a geology degree and returned to school to study biology.
Efforts are underway at Pea Ridge National Military Park in northwest Arkansas to rebuild habitat for bobwhite quail, a highly popular bird that has suffered from declining habitat nationwide.
Conway teacher Jim Belote realized something was different about the lone duck he spotted on the lower end of Craig D. Campbell Lake Conway Reservoir.
The Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries (VDGIF) Basic Law Enforcement Academy has graduated a new class of officers.
Due to unseasonably warm weather, bears are on the move early this year, prompting state wildlife managers to remind the public about ways to avoid conflicts with black bears.
In the world of wildlife there are two basic needs that stand out from nearly all else, food and cover. Food is what provides the energy an animal needs to continue living its life.
Ten projects benefiting young forest habitat in Michigan have been selected by the Ruffed Grouse Society (RGS) and the American Woodcock Society (AWS) to receive $41,407 during 2015 through its…
At Arizona Game and Fish Commission meetings, we frequently hear public comments about how the commission’s actions will lead to the “second extinction” of the Mexican wolf.