WVDNR Director Frank Jezioro will present the Mountaineer Food Bank and Hunters Helping the Hungry program with a check for funds raised during the eighth annual Governor’s One Shot Whitetail Hunt.
Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever announce Marilyn Vetter of New Richmond, Wis. has been elected to the organization’s National Board of Directors…
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Question of the Week: What causes arctic smoke along the North Shore?
The national defense authorization is vital to our nation and those who serve in the military. It should not be used as a bargaining chip for land grabs…
The commissioner of the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has appointed 10 Minnesotans to three-year terms on citizen oversight committees that monitor the agency’s fish and wildlife spending.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has awarded 46 conservation grants to various organizations and entities for restoring, enhancing and protecting habitat in Minnesota.
The Oregon FWC approved the acquisition of two parcels of land in the Willamette Valley that will provide important fish and wildlife habitat as well as outdoor recreation opportunities.
The USFWS has recently released the Candidate Notice of Review, a yearly status appraisal of plants and animals that are candidates for Endangered Species Act (ESA) protection.
Working in counties across the state, Texas Game Wardens rise to the challenge every day.
Project Appleseed is an activity of The Revolutionary War Veterans Association, dedicated to teaching every American our shared heritage and history as well as traditional rifle marksmanship skills.
If this news ever got out it would undercut the entire politics of global-warming wealth redistribution and so-called “climate-science” spending…
Two different sources of restoration funding are now flowing to Texas, both are good news for natural resources, fish and wildlife and nature-based recreation and tourism on the Texas coast.
It is unfortunate but HSUS preys on the hearts of Americans who legitimately care about protecting animals from cruelty or abandonment as means to raise money to fund their radical anti-human agenda..
It’s a tie! The winning designs for the new license plates are the Hummingbird and the Rattlesnake!
On behalf of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Dan Ashe commends the U.S. Senate for approving an increase in the price of the Federal Duck Stamp today.
The winter can be a great time to take a look back on how your season has gone and make a checklist of things you would like to improve in the coming year. Call it a new year’s resolution for wildlife
Oak wilt outbreaks are increasing in Michigan and the Department of Natural Resources has conducted treatment at several state parks to halt the spread of the disease.
The Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife has announced winners of its 2015 Habitat Conservation, Upland Game Bird, and Waterfowl Stamp art contests.
We all know about the extensive negative impact that import bans will wreak upon conservation on the ground in Africa, but they can’t see that from the White House….
The bill, if passed, would outlaw the use of snares as one of the last legal methods of trapping and animal management in New Jersey. NJOA opposes S2538…
During this Thanksgiving holiday season, the Mule Deer Foundation (MDF) is giving thanks for the many blessings that MDF, mule deer and our great western landscapes have enjoyed this year.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Question of the Week for the week of Nov. 24.
There’s still time to register for the first Minnesota Pheasant Summit and contribute to strategies that aim to enhance habitat for this important species.
West Virginia’s 2014 Natural Resources Police Officer of the Year is J.R. Casto of the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources (DNR) District 6. Col. Each year, one officer from each district…
A meeting to help determine public interest in the restoration of elk to West Virginia has been scheduled for Thursday, Dec. 4, 2014, 7 p.m.
The 16th Annual State Finals ECO-Meet competition, which was held at the Rock Springs 4H Center on November 6th.
The bear species nicknamed “teddy” that inspired the iconic stuffed toy still popular today will likely survive at least another century, according to a new U.S. Geological Survey study.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation recognized six outstanding student conservation leaders from across the country through its scholarship program by rewarding each of them with a WLA.
New Jersey’s eagle population continued to climb in 2014, to 156 pairs. The number of young broke the 200 mark, with 201 fledging from 145 known-outcome nests…
Social Security card fraudsters have made out like bandits thanks to the White House. Their victims are about to get kicked in the teeth again…