Many bears in northern New Jersey have survived collisions & have adapted to life with their injuries. They are able to survive on natural foods within the reach of the ground.
The Ruffed Grouse Society (RGS) testified to the United States Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry about the effect of the United States Forest Service (USFS) wildfire…..
Many more crashes may have gone unreported to the police or were reported only to insurance companies.
Legislation introduced this morning would dismantle the Land and Water Conservation Fund, a keystone federal program that has enabled conservation and enhanced public access to millions of…..
A new Tamarin exhibit opened this year and new reptile exhibits are coming soon.
Registration for the workshop will start at 5:30 p.m., with presentations starting at 6:00 p.m.
Game and Fish investigators estimate the doe was killed sometime from Oct. 3-5. The doe appeared to have been killed where it lay, rather than having been transported.
If you belong to a Kansas-based nonprofit organization that actively promotes wildlife conservation and the hunting and fishing heritage, the Kansas Wildlife, Parks and Tourism Commission…..
HEARING Monday! “Big 5 Ban” Bill Will Make Felons of Hundreds of Thousands of New Jerseyans Who Own Items With Ivory, Mother of Pearl, Exotic Leather and Much More!
If you’re looking for a unique outdoor experience, the Little Apple Glow Paddle should fit the bill. On Saturday, November 7, 2015, all paddlers are invited.
Michigan Natural Resources Commission Vice Chairman J.R. Richardson of Ontonagon will be the guest of program host Don Ryan on Sunday’s 7:30 a.m. broadcast of “The Ryan Report” on WLUC-TV6.
The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources (DNR) urges motorists to be more cautious while driving this time of year, as deer/vehicular collisions increase during late October and November.
To protect our nation’s native aquatic resources, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service today announced a proposed rule to list 10 nonnative freshwater fish species and 1 non native freshwater…..
MYSTERY RANCH, an industry-leading pack company with multiple product lines focused on function, comfort, quality and durability, is pleased to announce its newfound conversation connection with…..
SOG® Knives and Tools, has announced the newest member of the BladeLight family, the BladeLight Folder Mini. Both flashlight and knife; with LEDs on both sides and an easy to open blade.
With deer becoming increasingly active, and daylight saving time about to put more vehicles on the road during the hours when deer move most.
Pennsylvanians who hunt deer, elk or other cervids out-of-state might be affected by newly updated rules that prohibit the importation of specific high-risk cervid parts into Pennsylvania from…..
The Michigan DNR marked an attendance milestone for state parks Thursday by celebrating the 1 millionth camp night of the 2015 camping season.
This is the first discovery of this species in the Willamette River drainage.
This week, legislators from 30 state legislative sportsmen’s caucuses and nearly 200 attendees joined the Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation (CSF) and representatives from the hunting and…..
More than 100 Mississippi youths have their name engraved on a plaque at Howard Miller Wildlife Management Area near Rolling Fork.
Shortly after 2:30 a.m. today, the U.S. Senate passed a two-year bipartisan budget agreement that will permit a modest reinvestment in important programs through fiscal year 2017 and lift the…..
Rice farmers in 20 Louisiana parishes can apply for financial assistance to make on-farm improvements through Nov. 20, thanks to the USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) Regional…..
The Quality Deer Management Association (QDMA) joins future deer and land stewards at the 2015 FFA National Convention, October 28-31 in Louisville, Kentucky, to launch its new Deer Management…..
Since 2009, Pennsylvania’s bat populations have been decimated by white-nose syndrome, a condition that causes bats to rouse during hibernation, burning the fat reserves they depend on to make…..
The High Plains Chapter of Pheasants Forever is the recipient of a $3,800 grant from the Cabela’s Outdoor Fund to support its wildlife conservation and outdoor youth education initiatives.
Celebrating Thanksgiving in the city needn’t mean giving nature the slip.
More than 75 friends and family of Louisiana conservationist Tom Hess gathered at Rockefeller Wildlife Refuge yesterday to dedicate a recently completed restoration project in his honor.
I-1401 will not save a single elephant in Africa and will only steal the property of honest citizens. Vote “NO” on Initiative 1401…
On the latest episode of Randy Newberg Unfiltered show, host Randy Newberg chats with Jim Pozewitz, long time friend, conservationist and founder of Orion – the Hunter’s Institute.
The magnificent animals are bugling and thousands of visitors are coming to Boxley Valley in western Newton County to watch and photograph the herds.
The Michigan Natural Resources Commission took a whirlwind two-day trip to the eastern Upper Peninsula earlier this month for tours and meetings in Cedarville.
The Kansas Highway Patrol (KHP) cautions drivers to avoid taking extra-ordinary measures to avoid striking a deer in the road, lest a bad situation become even worse.
Ten cadets have completed more than 700 hours of intensive training to become wildlife officers with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission.
The Bobcat Ecology Research Project is in its second and final year of data collection.
he Ohio Wildlife Council passed a rule change that will allow the creation of disease surveillance areas to monitor chronic wasting disease (CWD) at its regularly scheduled meeting Wednesday, Oct. 21.
Yesterday, Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation (CSF) Fisheries Program Director Chris Horton joined eight panelists to testify before the House Natural Resources Subcommittee on Water, Power and…..
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources has announced its Dam Management Grant Program is now open for proposals.
Only once a year, the Arizona Game and Fish Department opens its Wildlife Center to the public.
The Wildlife and Sport Fish Restoration Program is the most successful conservation program in the history of the United States.