The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources announces awards of nearly $371,000 to 22 shooting range projects across the state through a shooting range grants initiative approved by the…..
Landowners throughout the Great Plains were honored today in the nation’s capital by Pheasants Forever, Quail Forever, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture with the Legacy Award – accolades…..
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) has released the draft Conservation Plan for Gray Wolves in California and is soliciting input about the draft.
Kristy Titus is assisting new shooters at the Shoot Like a Girl booth (#110) during the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation’s Elk Camp and Hunter Christmas December 3rd-12th.
Governor Doug Ducey has appointed Eric Slocum Sparks to the Arizona Game and Fish Commission.
The winning photos will appear on the cover or inside the forthcoming 2016 Delaware Fishing Guide.
As we near the National Park Centennial, Congress is considering an amendment that would open our national parks to natural gas pipelines.
Pheasants Forever in Wisconsin welcomes biologist, Becky Davis, as the newest addition to the state’s Farm Bill Biologist Partnership.
Kristy Titus is hosting seminars on pre-season scouting success during the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation’s Elk Camp December 3-12. Titus’ seminars are December 3 at 2 p.m. and December 6 at 11 a.m.
Pheasants Forever has been designated as an “exceptional” charity in America for fiscal year 2015 by Charity Navigator, the nation’s largest charity evaluator.
Evan Meyer, an eight-year veteran conservation officer with the South Dakota Department of Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) was awarded the Shikar Safari Wildlife Conservation Officer of the Year…..
The Pennsylvania Game Commission will be increasing efforts to sample white-tailed deer for chronic wasting disease (CWD) during the upcoming general firearms deer season.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources announced today registration is open for this winter’s “Becoming an Outdoors Woman” (BOW) program, which is set for Feb. 26-28 in Marquette County.
Join the staff of the Kansas Wetlands Education Center (KWEC), 592 NE K-156, Great Bend, in celebrating the Christmas season with a Holiday Open House on Dec. 5, 10 a.m.-noon.
Randy Newberg, Hunter is hosting seminars on tips for finding elk on public land during the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation’s Elk Camp national convention Dec. 3-6
The program, funded by the U.S. Forest Service, celebrates its 25th anniversary this year.
While shopping for friends and family this holiday season, why not consider giving the gift of the great outdoors?
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources encourages snowmobilers to earn their snowmobile safety course certifications before winter arrives.
Outdoors enthusiasts have an opportunity to help promote good stewardship of our public lands and protect access for a variety of recreational opportunities.
The Arizona Game and Fish Department is restructuring programs to improve the agency’s conservation and protection of Arizona’s wildlife.
Lafourche Parish residents will soon have improved wildlife habitat and storm protection thanks to a $1 million North American Wetlands Conservation Act grant to Ducks Unlimited.
Presidential candidate Donald Trump ridiculed President Obama’s remark that there is no greater threat to future generation than climate change…
Registration is open now for the 2016 Delaware Wetlands Conference Feb. 3 and 4 at the Chase Center on the Riverfront in Wilmington.
– Last week, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources responded to calls of a male mule deer lying on the side of the road in a rural area of Eaton County.
The false finding relies on research carried out between 1960 & 1983, all of which occurred before the current restrictions on using lead shot were introduced in England, Wales, Scotland & Ireland.
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) has re-established a hotline to report dead, sick or injured swans in three northwest Washington counties.
DNREC Division of Watershed Stewardship’s Delaware Wetlands Program aims to “get hard numbers” on wetland benefits by using monitoring wells that “value wetland ecosystem services”
With a state park within 30 miles of almost everyone in the state, no matter where you live or celebrate Thanksgiving, the restorative power of nature is always nearby…
For the second consecutive year, the Tennessee Wildlife Federation will be a part of a global revolution of giving called “Giving Tuesday.”
And that Thanksgiving is one of the best times of the year to get out and see them in the wild?
A free holiday craft-making session is part of the parade-time fun for youngsters.
Governor Steve Bullock, along with a group of Montana-based organizations, is seeking nominations for the “Montana Neighbor Awards”.
Turkey hunting and camouflage go together like turkey and dressing. And this holiday season, the NWTF is excited to announce a bigger-than-ever partnership with Mossy Oak…
On the latest episode of Randy Newberg Unfiltered radio show, host Randy Newberg and producer Dan Doty hosts hunter Pat Harlin as they all discuss their past, present and future.
Michigan Department of Natural Resources wildlife biologists said today the firearm deer hunting season in the Upper Peninsula is moving ahead according to forecast.
At its Nov. 19 quarterly meeting, the Wildlife Conservation Board (WCB) approved approximately $11.5 million in grants to help restore and protect fish and wildlife habitat throughout California.
Both wolf incidents occurred in the Colburn Wildlife Management Area, which is located in Adams County, about 75 miles due north of Madison, Wisconsin.
Since October 2014, 19 captive white-tailed deer have tested positive for CWD at a shooting preserve and a breeding facility in Holmes County.
The Ambrose Nature Center includes a collection of taxidermy mounts and displays that feature the natural surroundings, history and wildlife of West Virgini
If you’ve ever seen a photo of a poached deer, chances are you wish you hadn’t.