You would be hard pressed to find someone who doesn’t agree with this point…Coyotes are plentiful and their numbers are up almost everywhere.
Pheasants Forever is excited to announce that it has promoted Eran Sandquist to the position of Minnesota State Coordinator.
That brings the total family pets killed or injured by re-introduced wolves this Summer to nineteen and climbing…
The USFWS has awarded a contract to conduct a review of the Eastern North Carolina non-essential, experimental red wolf population to the Wildlife Management Institute of Cabot, Virginia.
September is Nebraska archaeology Month and staff of the Nebraska State Historical Society will lead tours of the archaeological sites at Fort Atkinson State Historical Park on Sept. 6-7.
The WDFW is excited to announce it has partnered with Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, Cowiche Canyon Conservancy, and Washington Department of Ecology to secure 2,893 acres of wildlife habitat.
Mottled ducks along the Georgia coast are being outfitted with satellite transmitters in a new, cooperative research project between the University of Georgia and the Georgia DNR Wildlife Resources.
On Wednesday Aug 27th 2014, the Michigan House of Representatives took the final step to pass a citizen-initiated law called the Scientific Fish & Wildlife Conservation Act…
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is excited to announce that it will partner with communities, corporations and nonprofits to help restore the natural environment, and more.
The Arizona Game and Fish Department (AZGFD) is investigating a reported incident of harassing wildlife with an aircraft.
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife announces the closure of the Klamath River Spit fishery as of September 1st.
The Wildlife Conservation Board (WCB) has approved approximately $30 million in grants to help restore and protect fish and wildlife habitat throughout California.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is excited to announce the acquisition of 988 acres of private elk habitat in south-central Montana which it conveyed to the Helena National Forest.
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife will hold a public workshop Sept. 16 to discuss the development of a new management plan for the Klickitat Wildlife Area.
A Mule Deer Foundation teen volunteer, Carter Lawrence of Phoenix, Arizona was selected as a Youth Hero of Conservation by Field & Stream in the September issue of the magazine.
The Frank Opolka, a 27-foot SAFE boat, was named by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources in a ceremony Wednesday in Marquette.
The DNREC is proud to announce that its upgraded and improved Hunter and Trapper Registration (HTR) system has hit a bull’s eye with its targeted users since it was introduced last year.
Pheasants Forever is proud to announce that Dr. Kent Forney of Lincoln, Nebraska has been elected to the nonprofit organization’s National Board of Directors.
The MDNR is reminding hunters and northeast Michigan residents that it is still seeking information on an elk poaching case from late 2013.
National Hunting and Fishing Day is only a month away, the perfect opportunity to celebrate the conservation efforts of outdoorsmen and women across the nation.
The USFWS is excited to announce that Paul Souza has been selected to be the Assistant Director for Science Applications for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks has completed the annual pheasant brood survey and the results show a 76 percent increase in the statewide pheasants-per-mile index from 2013.
Environmental Policy Alliance Accuses “Sportsmen” Group of Filing Incorrect Tax Returns…
Tanzanian wildlife officials are partnering with the Dallas Safari Club (DSC) to teach hunting guides how to field-judge and age African lions.
The majority of the grants awarded went to fund wildlife conservation related projects…
One of the great tragedies of the world has been the hijacking of science for political agendas…
With almost ten inches of mass above his G-2 he looked like a moose coming through the swamp. My heart was pounding out of my chest…
Quail Forever is excited to announce that dedicated conservationists and hunters recently formed a new Quail Forever chapter in southwestern Oklahoma.
Space still remains in this year’s Becoming an Outdoors-Woman (BOW) program – the annual Sandhills retreat that teaches women of all ages various outdoor skills.
The first federal duck stamp went on sale-for $1-on August 22, 1934, making last Friday the 80th anniversary of this landmark conservation instrument…