The Spell of Africa takes you half way across the world with the childhood dreams of the Dark Continent that delivers us a bird hunting africa videos.
The rural areas of South Dakota have a lot to offer both residents and visitors from other states and around the world. We enjoy clean air, plentiful water sources and a quality of living envied…..
Daniel Lee Martin and Julie McQueen with Backstage & Backroads Productions are offering a unique seminar at the 40th Annual National Wild Turkey Federation National Convention titled “Hunting Couples”
The Northern Colorado Chapter of Pheasants Forever will host its 25th Anniversary Banquet on Saturday, March 5th, at The Ellis Ranch in Loveland.
Hunters and landowners attending the 2016 National Pheasant Fest & Quail Classic are encouraged to visit the Landowner Habitat Help Desk, sponsored by Polaris RANGER, to receive expert…..
An abandoned coal mine that has been seeping harmful acid drainage into waterways on and downstream of state game lands is being cleaned up with a grant from the state Department of…..
Joshua Allison, wildlife manager of the Hillcrest and Cross Creek Wildlife Management Areas in the northern panhandle, recently was selected by the West Virginia State Chapter of the National…..
Gov. Nathan Deal recognized three corporate forest landowners today for their stewardship and land management practices benefiting Georgia’s wildlife.
Kristy Titus, NRA Certified Instructor and Cabela’s Ambassador, is hosting an elk hunting seminar at the Western Hunting & Conservation Expo Friday, February 12 at 5:30 p.m. in Salt Lake City, Ut.
Come to the Great American Outdoor Show hungry as Scott Leysath, The Sporting Chef, is hosting wild game cooking seminars February 11-14 during the show held at the Farm Show Complex in Harrisburg, Pa
Michigan Department of Natural Resources conservation officers are seeking information on a dead cougar found approximately 4 miles north of Iron Mountain in Dickinson County.
Conservation science is a broad, deep field that’s growing all the time.
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission has awarded six grants to enhance watchable wildlife and nature-based opportunities in Nebraska.
Audubon should stay away from areas where it has no expertise – specifically imagined or invented catastrophic anthropogenic global warming…
According to Means, hunters killed 393 bears during 2015. Hunters harvested 256 male bears and 137 female bears statewide.
Millions of novice and accomplished bird watchers can make their love of nature count for science during the 19th Annual Great Backyard Bird Count.
Late winter and early spring is a tough time for elk, moose and especially deer in Utah.
They determined the deer was shot with a bullet after finding several bullet fragments inside the deer.
The DNR’s Enforcement Division currently employs about 215 licensed peace officers to serve the public and protect the natural resources of Minnesota.
Leaving things half-done often yields lackluster results, but in the case of hinge cuts, an unfinished job can be excellent for wildlife.
A $68,000 grant award from Cabela’s Outdoor Fund to Delta Waterfowl’s Hen House program will put more mallards into the fall flight, ducks that will migrate down all four flyways in North America.
At last week’s meeting, Game Commission staff, Southeast Region Director Bruce Metz and the Board of Game Commissioners also presented an award recognizing life-saving action a Game Commission…..
In poaching cases, Pennsylvania law provides judges with the authority to levy an additional $500 penalty if the case originated from a tip.
For their roles last March in rescuing two Belle Isle visitors who had fallen through the ice, four Michigan Department of Natural Resources conservation officers have been presented with…..
Pheasants Forever and partners in South Dakota are hosting five Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) general sign-up informational meetings for landowners in the coming week of the sign-up period.
Pheasants Forever, Quail Forever, and the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department (TPWD) have established a partner commitment to conservation by signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) through…..
Help support Oregon’s imperiled wildlife by donating to the Nongame Wildlife Fund when completing your 2015 Oregon state tax return.
February’s Bird of the Month is the Common Goldeneye (Bucephala clangula).
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today announced that $150 million in funding is available for agricultural producers through the Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP), USDA’s largest…..
The Land Trust Alliance, a national land conservation organization working to save the places people love by strengthening land conservation across America, today announced the completion…..
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation successfully collaborated with Merrill Lake Properties LLC and the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) to permanently protect and open access to…..
The 2016 Saving Endangered Species Youth Art Contest is open for submissions.
The Deer Management Assistance Program provides landowners with wildlife habitat management resources for properties of any size.
A wildlife management area in southern Vermont recently underwent a major expansion, according to the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department.
Later this year, Minnesotans will have an option to purchase a special license plate to support Minnesota state parks and trails.
Cardinals, sparrows, bluejays and doves might be the extent of your bird identification knowledge, and that’s okay, but wouldn’t it be neat to know what kind of birds there are?
Visitors of the Oahe Downstream Recreation Area near Fort Pierre have the opportunity to learn about the park’s winter residents.
In one of the most ambitious Restoration for Recreation initiatives in its history, Tread Lightly! has awarded funding for 25 stewardship projects throughout the country.
Located in the heart of elk winter range in Montana’s Madison Valley, the Madison-Wall Creek Wildlife Management Area (WMA) is now approximately 10 percent larger thanks to a land transfer from…..
With warm and rainy weather patterns seen in recent weeks in many parts of the state, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources urges ice anglers and snowmobilers to remember that no ice is safe.