New Mexico Department of Game and Fish conservation officers are seeking information in several unsolved poaching cases.
Soak up the sun, hike a trail, build a craft, enter a 5K, shoot some archery – whatever floats your boat, chances are you’ll be able to enjoy it at a Kansas state park on April 23 during the…..
Join the Illinois River Watershed Partnership April 17 for a variety of outdoor activities, culminating in the dedication of the new North Shore Pavilion at the IRWP Watershed Sanctuary in…..
Most of Michigan’s wildfires occur in April, May and June. According to the Department of Natural Resources, which is responsible for wildland fire protection on 30 million acres of…..
Members of the Kansas Herpetological Society (KHS) will be spending a weekend at Clark State Fishing Lake and Wildlife Area, 8 miles south of Kingsdown, to conduct a hands-on survey…..
The Little Red River Foundation and Arkansas Game and Fish Commission have kicked off a program to capture and recycle used fishing line on and around the Little Red River.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources invites wildlife watchers to celebrate spring and explore Michigan’s Wetland Wonders with a birding tour at one of several state game and wildlife….
For hunters who want to know right now if they were successful in the 2016 elk and pronghorn draw, the Arizona Game and Fish Department has a suggestion – and it’s quick, easy and free…..
Hunters understand the vital role quality habitat plays in the conservation of Kansas’ wildlife, and while Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism staff work diligently to provide…..
Fly over to the Kansas Wetlands Education Center’s (KWEC) Great Migration Rally from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on April 30 to learn about migratory birds.
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission is hosting a series of birdwatching hikes in April and May for women interested in learning more about the outdoors.
At Backcountry Hunters & Anglers’ 2016 North American Rendezvous, which took place April 1-3 in Missoula, Montana, six recipients were awarded BHA’s most prestigious honors, recognizing…..
DNREC Division of Fish & Wildlife today announced the recent acquisition of 650 acres of sprawling woods and fields in western Sussex County as part of the Midlands Wildlife Area.
Minnesota question of the week: Why do deer shed their antlers each year?
Northeast cold snap just in time for the Bern and his enviro-wackos.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation kicked off National Volunteer Week by saluting its 11,000-plus volunteers who actively raise funds across more than 500 chapters nationwide.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources today announced it will offer surplus public land for sale by sealed-bid auction between May 10 and June 7, 2016.
In this article, he shows once again how enviro elites destroy jobs and impair people’s living standards, health and welfare…
The National Deer Alliance (NDA) recently welcomed its board members, outdoor industry professionals and deer experts to its inaugural strategic planning meeting in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
The ODNR Division of Wildlife is looking at several pathways that Asian carp may use to enter inland waters and the Great Lakes, including the inadvertent transfer of live fish through the…..
Tri-State Bird Rescue & Research today released back into the wild a third bald eagle rehabilitated by the Delaware-based organization and DNREC conservation partner following an incident…..
Come out for a free barbeque sponsored by FOCB from 5-6 p.m. and stay for the annual meeting and hummingbird presentation.
Join in on the fun of The Little Apple Paddle on Saturday, April 16, when water-lovers of all kinds will quench their thirst for adventure paddling on the Kansas River!
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service-Charles M. Russell (CMR) National Wildlife Refuge recently partnered on a study to evaluate the effects of public hunting…..
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation committed $365,000 toward a multi-year aspen and forest restoration project on Wyoming’s Shoshone National Forest.
16 of the nation’s 18 Democratic attorneys general announced that they are going after those who commit the unpardonable offense of questioning climate science…
Kansas bird enthusiasts, get your pens and keyboards ready because two exciting events in April and May should be on your calendars.
The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources (WVDNR) reminds residents that feeding black bears is a violation of state law as well as a misguided disservice to our state animal…..
White-nose syndrome (WNS) has been confirmed in a little brown bat (Myotis lucifugus) found near North Bend – the first recorded occurrence of this devastating bat disease in western North America.
As the weather warms up each spring, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources receives many calls about bear sightings and bears damaging bird feeders, trash cans and grills.
On March 31, 2016, the Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies (WAFWA) submitted to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) its second annual report, detailing achievements of…..
Pheasants Forever volunteers in Montana have expanded the organization’s influence for wildlife habitat conservation with a new chapter start in the state’s northeast corner.
With spring in full swing, bison calving season is kicking off in Custer State Park. The first calf of the year was born April 4.
The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish is seeking qualified men and women to join the next generation of conservation officers who protect and conserve the state’s natural resources.
Today the Mule Deer Foundation (MDF) announced that it was providing over $1.1 million for habitat projects and mule deer research in Utah.
Wilkinson Wildlife Management Area (WMA) in Platte County has reopened to the public following a temporary closure in place to protect whooping cranes using the area.
Mossy Oak is partnering with Safari Club International Foundation (SCIF) for the fourth year to provide teachers with instruction in conservation and ecology, Joseph Hosmer, President of Safari Club I
“Tread Lightly!,” which promotes responsible recreation through stewardship, communication and education, has scheduled a cleanup April 16 in the White Tank Mountains west of Phoenix.
April’s Bird of the Month is the American Bittern (Botaurus lentiginosus).
In an effort to strengthen protections for certain captive tigers under the Endangered Species Act (ESA), the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has finalized a rule declaring that captive…..