State officials invited Minnesotans to take part in a 125-mile challenge, a state park “Total Takeover,” picnics, summer “samplers” and other special events throughout the coming year.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has completed initial reviews for 17 petitions to list or delist species under the Endangered Species Act (ESA).
SOG announced the release of their new line of SOG Packs; a family of 6 bags ranging in size from a daily sling pack to a full-sized duffel, the SOG Packs break the mold on conventional tactical bags.
TRU-SPEC®, has announced that they will be unveiling several new products at their booth (#10970) at SHOT Show 2016, in Las Vegas, NV.
SOG® kicks off its 30th Anniversary in 2016 by announcing the release of two limited edition knives; the fan-favorites: Tech Bowie and Trident.
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission authorized the Director to execute a 90-day extension to the current Memorandum of Agreement between the AGFC and the Arkansas Natural Resources…..
For the fourth straight season, Arkansas hunters have passed the 200,000-deer mark in harvest.
Preliminary tests indicate bacteria found in an abnormal hoof taken from an elk killed in a vehicle collision in Skagit County east of Sedro-Woolley may be the same strain found in diseased elk…..
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and other partners are kicking off a yearlong celebration of the Migratory Bird Treaty’s 100th anniversary throughout 2016.
The Jackson County Firefighter Association ishosinghostinga prescribed burning workshop on Jan. 13, 2016 at 7 p.m. at the Holton Fire Department, 301 West 4th in Holton.
For women who just want to find out what the outdoors experience is all about, signing up for a Becoming an Outdoors Woman (BOW) workshop is a great place to start.
Ag producers are invited to attend a free informational meeting about what the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) can offer them.
When the Arkansas River crested at 46.24 feet at the Pine Bluff gauge on Saturday, Jan. 2, it reached the highest level since Emmett Sanders Lock and Dam was completed in 1968.
The 11th annual winter eagle survey of the Bluestone/Pipestem area is looking for volunteer spotters for the Jan. 9, 2016, event.
Pheasants Forever & Quail Forever is proud to announce SportDOG Brand as a renewing national sponsor and the official electronic collar sponsor of “The Habitat Organization.”
To no one’s surprise, there’s abundant waterfowl habitat across Arkansas, but preliminary reports from the midwinter aerial waterfowl survey don’t seem to indicate a substantial influx of waterfowl.
Nebraska’s outdoors in the winter can be just as much fun as the other seasons.
Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever will host 16 Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) general sign-up informational meetings for landowners during the January portion of the sign-up period.
Determined to improve and conserve upland habitat throughout the country, a record-setting number of members now belong to Pheasants Forever and its quail division, Quail Forever.
In an effort to help reverse the precipitous decline of bobwhite quail since the 1980’s, Quail Forever is hosting the nation’s largest, first-ever Quail Summit on February 20th at the Kansas…..
The Conservation Fund announced its purchase of 32,396 acres of working forestland in southern West Virginia that will eventually create the state’s largest, conserved block of prime habitat for…..
Michigan hunters have the opportunity to voluntarily bring their harvested deer to DNR deer check stations throughout the deer hunting season and receive a prized deer hunter cooperator patch
The point person for management of Minnesota’s deer, elk and moose populations and hunting seasons for deer and elk will be Adam Murkowski.
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) and the Wildlife Officer Foundation have announced the winner of the annual “Passing on the Tradition” essay contest.
Pheasants Forever has appointed William Clayton, a Minnesota native, as the organization’s Eastern Minnesota Regional Representative.
The sportsmen’s group Backcountry Hunters & Anglers urged cool, patient heads to prevail in the extremists’ occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, valuable public lands fish and…
Gov. Pete Ricketts has reappointed Dick Bell of Omaha to the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. In addition, the governor has appointed Dan Kreitman of Ceresco to the Commission.
While it might be winter, landowners can begin making plans to help wildlife this spring – and beyond – by planting tree and shrub seedlings offered by the Pennsylvania Game Commission’s Howard…..
Alabama artists are invited to enter the 2016 Alabama Waterfowl Stamp art contest, which opens January 1, 2016.
Students learn and apply real-world skills in school forests across Minnesota, according to the Department of Natural Resources.
Master Officer Kenneth Ashe of the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission was named a recipient of the 2015 Governor’s Award for Excellence, the highest honor bestowed upon a state employee.
Time is running out on 2015. As we reflect on the changes we want – or need – to make in the new year, how about adding an outdoors resolution to the list?
The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission will conduct nine public hearings in January on proposed changes to the state’s wildlife management, game lands and fishing regulations for the 2016-17 seasons.
The Kansas Wildlife, Parks and Tourism Commission will conduct a public meeting in Manhattan at the K-State Alumni Center, 1720 Anderson Ave. on Jan. 7, 2016.
In a year when the vocal anti-hunting minority was as loud as it was uninformed, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is going against its own proven conservation policies and those of…..
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) is now accepting applications for its Natural Resource Volunteer Program (NRVP) to serve in the Eureka area.
California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) Lt. Andrew Halverson was recently selected by the Shikar-Safari Club International as recipient of its 2015 Wildlife Officer of the Year award.
AGFC biologists have learned through speaking with local landowners and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers that the White River at Georgetown is expected to crest at 27 feet, Jan.3, 2016.
The week begins with the 23rd Annual Meeting of NBTC and continues as Quail 8. Conference information and the Call for Papers can be found on the Quail 8 web site.
Earlier this year, Michigan’s first case of CWD in free-ranging white-tailed deer was confirmed in Meridian Township in Ingham County.