Each year, the generosity of enthusiastic sponsors, volunteers and AES members help provide financial resources for wildlife water source repairs, elk habitat restoration projects, youth…..
An omnibus budget deal released by Congress early this morning increases agency funding and includes a measure that reauthorizes the Land and Water Conservation Fund – but for only three years.
West Virginia state parks have become popular places to bring in the New Year and they will offer a variety of dinners and dances and packaged options.
This morning, U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell announced that her department will establish a Natural Resource Investment Center, an initiative meant to spur public-private…..
Overnight, Congressional leadership unveiled a bipartisan omnibus appropriations bill that includes some important investments in habitat and sportsmen’s access.
On the latest episode of Randy Newberg Unfiltered radio show, host Randy Newberg is joined by author, hunter and angler Dr. Don Thomas.
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission has secured a grant to build a proposed Environmental Education Trail at Eugene T. Mahoney State Park (SP) near Ashland.
Kristy Titus has been on a cross-country journey with two other ladies through the Cascade Mountains to rediscover American values in NRA News’ “I Am Forever” series sponsored by FNH USA.
Obama plans to send $3 billion to the Green Climate Fund to help developing countries deal with the effects of climate change over the next three years…
It is the most wonderful time of the year, especially if you enjoy birdwatching.
This winter is not a good time to try to kill a mule deer illegally in Utah. Conservation officers with the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources are conducting massive patrols on ranges on…..
Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever announce Bill Webb of Ellerbe, North Carolina, has been elected to the organization’s National Board of Directors.
Winter is a great time to camp, and with the recent warm weather in West Virginia, it’s an even better time.
Snowmobile trails in South Dakota are scheduled to open today, but trail officials are still waiting to see what the storm brings.
The Fisheries Division-wide meeting occurs every other year and always includes an awards banquet where employees and critical partners are honored.
In New Jersey, HSUS only donated $3,670.00 to help pet shelters care for animals. Instead, donor money meant to save animals went to disappointing ends.
Economic development cannot occur without abundant, affordable, reliable, non-intermittent, on-demand energy…
In the collegial spirit of a great rivalry taking place tomorrow, Dec.12, on a football field in Philadelphia, Delaware and DNREC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife today sank the former Army…..
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation awarded $275,112 in grants for 30 projects to enhance wildlife habitat, assist with elk-related research and help fund hunting heritage activities across Colorado.
Give the card with a promise to take a child or grandchild snowshoeing this winter, fishing this spring or camping next summer and create priceless memories together in the great outdoors.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has awarded 44 conservation grants to various organizations and entities for restoring, enhancing and protecting habitat in Minnesota.
The Fish and Wildlife Commission adopted new rules for wildlife rehabilitators today at its meeting in Portland.
Minnesota state forests are one of the primary sources of balsam fir boughs and branches used to make holiday wreaths and swags, according to the Department of Natural Resources.
The is considering changes to which roads, trails, and areas are open to motor vehicle use on the Forest and would like your input.
Here’s a cure for winter blues: Explore scenic nature trails by snowshoe or cross-country ski at a national wildlife refuge.
Joseph Hosmer, President, Safari Club International Foundation (SCI Foundation) announced the 2016 Beretta Conservation Leadership Award finalists today.
The case, brought by Humane Society of the United States & their anti-hunting allies, seeks to reinstate federal Endangered Species Act protections for gray wolves in Michigan, Minnesota & Wisconsin.
Pheasants Forever has increased its presence in Pennsylvania with a new chapter start in Allegheny County.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service today announced a proposed rule and draft environmental impact statement (EIS) to update 50 year-old regulations governing the management of non-federal…..
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is accepting grant proposals to use volunteers to improve community forests through work such as planting, pruning and watering trees.
With daytime temperatures still climbing above freezing even in the northern parts of the state, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is reminding outdoor enthusiasts to stay clear…..
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission will burn tree piles, as weather and snow cover allow, at several sites across the state.
The Union Sportsmen’s Alliance (USA) is pleased to announce the appointment of Lynn Agee as general counsel for the non-profit conservation organization.
Head outdoors and enjoy some of the country’s most magical places — America’s national wildlife refuges offer unparalleled opportunities to experience the great outdoors and see a rich…..
Especially during this season of charitable giving, the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership is very pleased to announce that we have been awarded an exceptional 4-star rating from…..
Biologists today released seven fishers into Washington’s south Cascades mountains, where the reclusive, cat-sized mammal hasn’t been seen for more than 70 years.
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today announced the availability of $40 million to help ranchers and other partners in 11 western states restore and protect sagebrush habitat for greater…..
On the latest episode of Randy Newberg Unfiltered radio show, host Randy Newberg is truly unfiltered and unfettered as he answers questions and topics from his HuntTalk Forum
ABC News/Washington Post poll suggests that back home in the US, Americans are becoming less concerned about the warming planet. [you think..]
There is no cost to participate, but a park entrance license is required and can be purchased at the park. Concessions will be at the Library Schoolhouse from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.