The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries’ (LDWF) new whooping crane public awareness television message will feature Louisiana singer-songwriter and environmentalist Zachary Richard.
Pheasants Forever & Quail Forever supporters in Missouri will convene on Saturday, March 7 at the Courtyard by Marriott in Columbia for the organization’s 2015 State Habitat Convention.
14 projects benefiting ruffed grouse and American woodcock habitat in Wisconsin have been selected by the RGS and its sister organization the AWS to receive $63,755.
The department requested that Braastad transfer all restricted wildlife in her possession to the department, including two Harris’ hawks, a red-tailed hawk, an American kestrel falcon and a bobcat.
HR 697, would effectively end the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s draconian and unilateral moratorium on the sale and trade of lawfully possessed ivory…
During its public meeting today, the commission heard a presentation on an innovative, collaborative approach to public land use planning in Utah, the Utah Public Lands Initiative.
DNR wildlife biologists and wildlife managers completed the survey Jan. 8 and 9. This annual survey involves both ground and aerial observations of historically significant waterfowl area in the state
The 17th Annual Great Backyard Bird Count, Feb. 13-16, 2015, allows millions of novice and accomplished bird watchers to count birds wherever they are and enter their results online.
The sound of frogs calling in the night is more than just a sign of spring’s arrival.
Wildlife and land conservation are the big winners thanks to a recent special gathering sponsored by Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation in Tucson, Arizona.
Feb. 16 through March 13 marks the next wolf track survey to detect the presence of gray wolves in the northern Lower Peninsula of Michigan.
The AGFC continues to have concerns over the prospect of an executive order by President Obama to proclaim 1.7 million acres of land in N. Arizona as the Grand Canyon Watershed National Monument.
The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) presented its Louisiana Black Bear Management Plan.
Pheasants Forever & Quail Forever are pleased to host the Water Quality, Agriculture & Wildlife Special Session on the Habitat Stage at the 2015 National Pheasant Fest & Quail Classic.
A painting of three Gambel’s quail has been chosen by a panel of judges as the winning entry in the 2014-2015 California Upland Game Bird Stamp Art Contest.
How did the misinformation on Polar Bear Hunting become so rampant? The misinformation is closely linked to the emotionally driven global warming hoax….
Previously a youth-only contest, the annual Wild About Kansas photo contest, hosted by Kansas Wildlife & Parks magazine, now offers an adult category, opening the contest to photographers of 19 & up.
About 44,000 acres of wildlife land in Kittitas County east of Ellensburg will be seasonally closed to motor vehicles Feb. 1 through April 30 to protect wintering elk.
Drivers traveling south on Highway 95 along Lake Overcup may have noticed what appears to be a slide on the back side of the Lake Overcup dam.
Waterfowlers should be aware of two changes to this year’s Light Goose Conservation Order, which opens across the state on Feb. 9.
Learn how weather can impact the success of prescribed fires at upcoming workshops in Nebraska.
The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries is seeking leads for information about who cut down trees on the Spring Bayou Wildlife Management Area in Avoyelles Parish.
Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever will host the fifth annual State Convention March 13 and 14 at the Wichita Marriot, 9100 E Corporate Hills Dr.
Out of more than 600 pre-proposals and 200 full proposals submitted, two Kansas initiatives have been awarded state-level grant funding as part of the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Hey kids! Do you like birds and love to draw or paint?
A decision to list the Gunnison sage-grouse as threatened under the Endangered Species Act could hurt the bird more than help it, says the director of the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources.
The budget also contains an additional $1.4 billion available under permanent appropriations, most of which will be provided directly to states for fish and wildlife restoration and conservation…
Earlier this month, Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack announced approved grants from the first round of proposals to the new Regional Conservation Partnership Program.
Georgia’s Youth Birding Competition turns 10 this spring, marking a decade of connecting young people with wildlife and positively impacting conservation in our state.
Utah’s pheasant hunt runs until Dec. 7 on state and federal land across Utah. And private land enrolled in the state’s Walk-In Access program.
Michigan Department of Natural Resources conservation officers are seeking information from the public about an incident that killed seven mallards on Houghton Lake during the annual Tip-Up Town celeb
Enforcement officials with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission are looking for a person who shot and wounded a bald eagle Monday on Bayou Meto Wildlife Management Area.
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission’s private lands biologists have scheduled a series of free workshops.
The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) will open registration Jan. 30 for 125 participants in the 27th Becoming an Outdoors-Woman (BOW) Workshop set for March 27-29, 2015.
Applications currently are being accepted for the Porcupine Mountains Artist-in-Residence Program for the 2015 spring, summer and fall and 2016 winter residencies.
For the 37th year, French Creek Freddie, the state’s official weather prognosticating groundhog, will be the star of the show on Monday, Feb. 2, at the West Virginia Wildlife Center at French Creek.
Improving quality habitat for wildlife can expand opportunities for hunters, and the PA Game Commission wants to help…
Take advantage of this special opportunity and submit your best bald eagle photos for a chance to see your entry soar across the state on vehicle license plates.
It will provide training for foresters and wildlife biologists who assist private forest landowners in Michigan.
Today, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources announced that it has received the first reports this winter of bats dying from white-nose syndrome.