That opportunity is possible during the annul elk viewing workshop hosted by the Arizona Game and Fish Department and Mormon Lake Lodge.
August 10th, 2015 marks the 10th anniversary of Quail Forever, the leader for quail conservation efforts in the United States.
New this year, for 9th- through 12th-grade educators, is the Elk University – Educating Tomorrow’s Wildlife Managers program. New addition is the elk education program.
The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) Waterfowl Section announced Thursday the results of the 2015 waterfowl hunter survey at the Louisiana WFC monthly meeting.
Wonderful West Virginia magazine, published by the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources, received a national communications award from the Association for Conservation Information.
The Mule Deer Foundation (MDF) and the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) have finalized an agreement to collaborate on conservation projects that improve mule deer and black-tailed deer habitat on…
The West Virginia Wildlife Center in Upshur County has two new black bear cubs on exhibit.
You’re invited to see history in action at a special “Living History Weekend” on Aug. 8 and 9 at Fort Delaware State Park.
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) has collected evidence that suggests at least one wolf has traveled into Siskiyou County.
Learn to camp or refresh rusty outdoor skills at Lake Bemidji State Park by attending a two-night I Can Camp! event from 2:00 p.m. Friday, Aug. 14, to 10:00 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 16.
A passion for the outdoors and its activities is deeply rooted in Ryan Nast, a corporal in the Enforcement Division of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission.
On Wednesday morning, Aug. 5, the California Fish and Game Commission will decide whether to implement a statewide or partial ban on bobcat trapping.
Brian McCoy, 42, is Delta Waterfowl’s 2015 Volunteer of the Year. He topped a field of seven finalists during a month-long, online vote.
Biologists are using a federal grant to continue tracking the migration of the familiar American woodcock, a bird whose population is slowly declining across eastern North America.
The aerial tram at Hawks Nest State Park reopened as planned July 31, following extensive repairs and upgrades that kept it idle most of the 2015 season.
That opportunity is possible during the annual elk viewing workshop hosted by the Arizona Game and Fish Department and Mormon Lake Lodge.
Take just 10 minutes this month to check trees around homes for Asian longhorned beetle or any signs of the damage it causes.
Longtime wetlands professional Douglas Janiec and Sussex County farmer Thomas Draper and his family were honored as Delaware’s 2015 Wetland Warriors for their efforts to conserve and restore wetlands
Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever has hired Gerry Cliff as the organization’s new corporate sales representative, a position based at the nonprofit’s company headquarters in Minnesota.
To learn the answer, come to Blennerhassett Island Historical State Park Sunday, Aug. 22, for the Birds of Prey educational program featuring live birds.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources has awarded 16 grantees in 15 counties a total of $249,190 to develop Michigan’s newest (and longest) trail, the Iron Belle.
The 2016 Michigan Duck Hunters Association Michigan Duck Stamp Competition and the 2015 Michigan Duck and Goose Calling Contest will be held during this event.
DSC is a financial supporter of lion conservation efforts by Oxford University, the prestigious institution responsible for collaring and studying the lion infamously poached near Hwange National…..
Results of a survey indicate that northern bobwhite populations appear to be continuing their rebound in Nebraska following the severe winters of 2009-2010 and the severe drought of 2012-2013.
Michael Sieve is pleased to announce the opening of his new gallery, Chisholm Valley Wildlife Art.
Louisiana Ducks Unlimited recognized Richard Zuschlag with the inaugural state chairman’s Ambassador to Conservation award during their state convention in Lafayette last weekend.
Everyone who hunts has dreamed about that monster trophy buck that we hope to get a crack at some day.
On behalf of our Board and members, Countryside Alliance Ireland would like to wish Tim Bonner the very best in his new role and we look forward to working with him…
Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries agents cited two men for taking alligator eggs without a valid egg collection permit.
The Michigan DNR and MDARD have confirmed a second free-ranging deer in Meridian Township (Ingham County) has tested positive in white-tailed deer.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation partnered with a conservation-minded family and the U.S. Forest Service to permanently protect 317 acres of prime elk habitat in Montana’s Elkhorn Mountains.
After over a year’s delay, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s proposed regulation would virtually ban the interstate trade in ivory and punishes Americans for Chinese supported poaching…
A Wood Stork and Wading Bird Event will be held on Saturday, Aug. 8, within the South Farm area of Sherburne Wildlife Management Area.
Delta Waterfowl is taking a key step in the organization’s continued growth with the formation of state committees in Louisiana and North Carolina.
Pheasants Forever and partners in Iowa have recently completed the acquisition of a new Wildlife Management Area in Mahaska County.
The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department and Vermont chapters of the National Wild Turkey Federation are putting on a one-day “Women in the Outdoors” introductory course on Saturday, August 15.
Although nest totals fell slightly from last year’s record high, Georgia Department of Natural Resources surveys documented strong wood stork nesting this spring and summer.
Winners of the 10th annual “Arizona Big Game Super Raffle” were announced Thursday night during a Sportsmen’s Open Forum at Arizona Game and Fish Department headquarters.
Environmental Protection Agency flooded with lawsuits over controversial water rule after EPA Deletes Navigable…
Wild turkeys are found throughout most of Vermont, but their reproductive success is monitored annually by the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department with a little help from “citizen scientists”.