Yesterday, members of the sportsmen’s conservation community gathered with Members of the Congressional Sportsmen’s Caucus (CSC) at a Breakfast Briefing, titled, “The Resilient Federal Forests Act…
Volunteers from the Nashville Building and Construction Trades Council (BCTC) pitched in by rebuilding decaying porches and making various cosmetic repairs earlier in the week.
A group of hunters from Texas, Michigan and Montana were charged for several crimes in Roosevelt County, including hunting without licenses and possessing and transporting an unlawfully killed deer.
The South Dakota Departments of Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) and Transportation (DOT) want to remind individuals there are laws and rules governing when mowing of highway right-of-way ditches can begin.
The public is invited to comment on draft revisions of the Oregon Conservation Strategy and the Oregon Nearshore Strategy.
The Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership (TRCP) applauds the recent launch of the new Bass Anglers for Saltwater Conservation online advocacy system, which allows fishing enthusiasts to…..
Colorado Backcountry Hunters & Anglers recently promoted two in their ranks, Bob Shettel and Dan Parkinson,…
Watchdog Group: Look at the $50 Million the Humane Society Has “Invested” in Bermuda and the Caymans and not needy pets..,,
It is highly misleading & unfair to mischaracterize proposed bear hunt as anything but legal, ethical, carefully regulated effort & part of our national conservation heritage…
In answer to demand from hunters suffering high fawn predation, QDMA is pleased to announce the addition of a Predator Management course to its highly successful Deer Steward Certification program.
The researchers plan to conduct expanded surveillance this summer and fall by testing ducks and geese handled as part of normal banding operations and by sampling hunter-harvested waterfowl.
The Pennsylvania Game Commission is giving media members a chance to “go to the dogs.”
Beginning in late June, we will be banding a sample of resident Canada geese throughout Pennsylvania as part of our management of this species.
The Kirtland’s warbler is one of the rarest members of the wood warbler family.
A painting by Chuck Black of Bozeman, Mont., was chosen as the winner of the 2015 California Duck Stamp Art Contest.
Wildlife poaching is a serious threat. Taking it seriously should begin with a reality check, followed by international collaboration, resources and way smarter tactics…
Funding proposals for 2015 are now being accepted through the Michigan Invasive Species Grant Program, with an anticipated $3.6 million available to applicants.
On Thursday, June 11, the House of Representatives Natural Resources Committee will vote on H.R. 2647, the “Resilient Federal Forests Act of 2015.”
This time of year, as snakes are out and about in the great outdoors, the Department of Natural Resources gets many questions about Michigan’s snakes. Michigan is home to 18 different species.
In May, 12,000 South Dakota fourth graders received a free pass to South Dakota State Parks through the new “Go Fourth” program.
Rare footage of Kit Fox pups playing in the Eastern Oregon desert recently was captured on video. Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife biologists have been studying the foxes since 2012.
Drought conditions, hot temperatures, and increased fire danger have resulted in the implementation of fire restrictions on the Tonto National Forest.
Apply today for an Arizona Game and Fish Department Heritage grant and a chance to support your project.
Arizona’s mild start to the summer has created perfect conditions for off-highway vehicle (OHV) enthusiasts to head out and view some of the state’s most picturesque locations.
This action was preceded in January with a Notice of Intent, which went unanswered by the Service.
The surveys indicate a continuing increase in numbers for mule deer, and mostly unchanging populations of whitetail deer across the region.
A study launching in 2015 will measure the actual amounts of venison and other wild protein harvested annually in North America.
The contest is sanctioned by the Nevada Board of Wildlife Commissioners, with the winning artwork to be featured on the 2016-2017 state stamp…
Periodic outbreaks of these insects are a part of the natural cycle of events associated with the maturing of balsam fir and white spruce.
Pheasants Forever continues to expand throughout the country with the addition of the organization’s newest chapter in North Dakota.