Row crop farm producers now can enroll center-pivot corners in specific Conservation Reserve Program practices to include Upland Bird Habitat Buffer (CP33), and Wetlands (CP38B) or Native Grasses
No survey experience is necessary to participate in the bighorn sheep survey but volunteers must attend an orientation on Feb. 28 at 6 p.m. at the Angeles National Forest Supervisor’s Office in Arcadi
The DNR’s ongoing moose mortality research project also is providing important information on population status.
The SGI Outcomes in Conservation report will be provided to the United States Fish and Wildlife Service for their use in determining whether to list the greater sage-grouse under the ESA…
I absolutely love hunting ducks, said Larry Kaumeyer. If I have a choice of doing anything in the outdoors, I will hunt ducks. I enjoy every aspect of being out there…
A record 146 bald eagle nests were surveyed in 2014 by the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission and its partners, with 111 of the nests being active.
The committee also discussed the distribution of hunting pressure across the state and the possibility of issuing youth licenses to nonresidents.
Backcountry Hunters & Anglers stands to benefit immeasurably from the additions of John Gale and Katie McKalip to our national staff, said BHA Executive Director Land Tawney…
The Whitetail Prairie property includes intermountain grasslands that are important to deer, elk & numerous other wildlife species as well as mountain stream habitats…
Larry and Brenda Potterfield, founders of Midway USA, were awarded the first ever Beretta and SCI Foundation Conservation Leadership Award.
Seven projects benefiting ruffed grouse and American woodcock habitat in Pennsylvania have been selected by the Ruffed Grouse Society and its sister organization the American Woodcock Society.
The Alabama Wildlife Federation is pleased to announce that Mr. Ronny Robertson of Tuscaloosa has been hired as the Director of Development…
Being good stewards of our natural resources involves wise management to get to the truth that lies between the extremes. And, in this instance, the middle ground is the higher ground…
The Friends of the Earth and others who oppose such advances want you to die because they believe humans are a plague on the Earth…
Quail biologists often paraphrase the movie Field of Dreams – “If you build it, they will come” – usually to emphasize the importance of suitable habitat as the foundation of quail populations.
A Michigan DNR conservation officer and a deputy from the Ottawa County Sheriff’s Department teamed up Monday, Feb. 9, to rescue a 13-year-old boy who fell through the ice on Lake Macatawa while chasing his dog.
The quality of Pennsylvania’s elk, and the unique opportunity to hunt them continues to garner national attention, and there are numbers to prove it.
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is taking public input on a status review of the brown pelican that recommends removing the bird from the state endangered species list.
The Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission has chosen Curt Melcher as its choice to be the next director for the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife…
The academy also covers general law enforcement training equal to that of other state law enforcement officers.
Selected children or groups will be invited to paint creative designs on rain barrels that will be put on prominent public display.
A wolf that had become habituated to humans, and could cause problems if left in the wild, was captured yesterday (Feb. 11) by state wildlife officials in northeast Washington.
U.S. Departments of the Interior, Justice and State today released the implementation plan for the U.S. National Strategy for Combating Wildlife Trafficking.
These parks are truly jewels that we need to protect and preserve. They benefit every resident’s quality of life and will continue to make a difference for years to come.
Gov. Nathan Deal recognized three corporate forest landowners today for their stewardship and land management practices benefiting Georgia’s wildlife.
USSAF has filed an appeal of the ruling handed down by U.S. District Court Judge Beryl A. Howell on Dec. 20 concerning management of gray wolves in the western Great Lakes area.
Ultra-rich Green groups continue attacks on climate scientists who dare to question ‘manmade climate chaos’ claims…
The NMDGF will meet to vote and discuss matters subject to the attorney-client privilege relating to threatened litigation pertaining to Hooser Ranch Limited Partnership on Feb. 19th.
Last Thursday, the U.S. House of Representatives passed legislation that includes a provision to renew tax incentives for conservation easements, policy that is strongly supported by the MDF…
The arrival of February’s second half means birds around your place are scrambling.
Late last month, wildlife officers with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission participated in the Annual Arkansas Special Olympics Area 12 Polar Plunge held at the University of Arkansas at Monticello
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission is looking for a few good men and women interested in becoming wildlife officers for the agency
Those who have been campaigning for a ban on lead shot, and leaked Wildlife and Wetland Trust documents have revealed exactly how extensive that corruption is….
It is a clear statement that these people are intent on ‘war’ with rural people, farmers, hunters and outdoorsmen…
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission is asking the public to provide feedback on the state’s wildlife regulations.
Dr. Kerry Mower, 20-year wildlife disease specialist for the Department of Game and Fish, recently was presented with the 2015 Wildlife Professional Award by the New Mexico chapter.
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.