The Michigan Department of Natural Resources and Audubon Great Lakes have announced a new bird conservation partnership.
A proposed requirement for grizzly bear hunters to carry bear spray, has not been implemented in Wyoming..
The Service is responsible for managing 850 million acres in the Refuge System, including five marine monuments, 565 wildlife refuges and 38 wetlands.
MDNR reminds hunters that there is still time to make 2017 a great hunt by applying for the Pure Michigan Hunt while purchasing deer licenses this season.
Coalition members encouraged the BLM to support the kind of funding model found in the Public Lands Renewable Energy Development Act..
The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) Commission decreased the number of licenses available for the 2017 spring turkey hunting season.
A statewide strategy to help conserve hundreds of Georgia animal and plant species has been revised and is being put into practice following federal approval.
Ethical hunters want wild animals to flourish in their natural habitat as much as possible, and will act on their behalf in order to protect and conserve those natural resources.
The 2016 elk hunts wrapped up on Sept. 18 with another successful season in the Kittson County area, according to the Department of the Natural Resources.
Sandhill cranes have returned to southeastern Arizona and the Arizona Game and Fish Department’s live camera is trained on Whitewater Draw Wildlife Area.
Over the course of four days, visitors of the DSC 2017 Convention will have the opportunity to contribute to DSC conservation efforts.
The nine day gun deer hunt is just over a week away – make sure you’re ready!
Disposal of deer remains may not be the highlight of a hunting trip, but it is an important aspect of hunting, particularly in maintaining the hunter’s image.
November’s Bird of the Month is the Blue-winged Teal (Anas discors).
Backcountry Hunters & Anglers urges sportsmen to look forward, uniting in support of shared values, natural resources management, American public lands.
Tens of thousands of Michigan residents and nonresidents will take to the fields and forests Tuesday, Nov. 15, to enjoy deer hunting.
AGFD reminds all active duty members of the U.S. Armed Forces that they, and their spouses, may purchase resident hunting and fishing licenses.
With firearm deer season almost here, MDNR reminds hunters that target shooting rules were recently changed through a land use order by the DNR director.
This year, hunters will also have the opportunity to hunt on two Sundays during the November shotgun season in areas that are open to Sunday hunting.
Nearly 78 percent of hunters in PA’s 2016 elk hunt have taken home a trophy. The PGC announced 97 elk were taken during the regular one-week elk season.
Hunters are invited to donate deer to the ‘Hunters Helping the Hungry’ (HHH) program this fall so ground venison may be provided to Nebraskans in need.
The Riparian Preserve at Water Ranch has a devoted following among wildlife photographers, and many people knew coyotes were hunting there.
Stewards of Wildlife, based in Uvalde, Texas that offers a safe haven for struggling exotic animal populations, is moving forward with its most ambitious project to date: Rhinos Forever.
For those who hunt or trap fur-bearing animals in Michigan, there are some changes to 2016-2017 licenses and regulations that are important to be aware of.
Hundreds of public lands advocates traveled to east-central Wyoming to attend the Casper rally.