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.
This magnificent, unknown elephant was taken in a successful, legal, ethical hunt in Zimbabwe.
The Memphis Mid-South Chapter of Delta Waterfowl was honored this fall as the first chapter to reach $1 million in cumulative events fundraising.
John Donnelly, executive director of the California Wildlife Conservation Board (WCB), recently received the Rangeland Conservation Impact Award from the California Rangeland Trust.
Delta Waterfowl will install a new Hen House Supersite in Alberta this winter, with the project cost funded by the Alberta Professional Outfitters Society.
Over the last two years, CDFW’s Wildlife Investigations Lab (WIL) has received more than 50 reports of sick or dead deer in urbanized areas from Siskiyou County to Fresno County.
A 200+ pound feral hog was causing considerable damage when one of the neighbors shot the pig with a .40 caliber handgun.
With hunting seasons underway, many hunters will take to the field this fall in specialized gear and equipment.
In partnership with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources (MIDNR), local chapters of Pheasants Forever in Michigan have made significant progress to restore pheasant habitat and upland…..
Senators Elizabeth Warren and Sheldon Whitehouse are pursuing an agenda of intolerance and retribution against critics of their ultra-liberal policies.
Maryland Department of Natural Resources Secretary (DNR) Mark Belton today announced the appointment of Joanne Throwe as deputy secretary.
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission has received a $150,000 grant from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation to provide Monarch Butterfly habitat.
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) periodically reviews the protective status species in the state.
The Game and Fish Commission recently signed a memorandum of a conservation agreement with the U.S. Department of Interior.
The Ruffed Grouse Society (RGS) and American Woodcock Society (AWS) is taking to the road this October to document habitat programs, sporting traditions and the grouse camp experience online and…
Dr. Walter Palmer, the subject of a witch hunt by because of the shooting of a lion, in Zimbabwe, Africa, has been vindicated.
On the latest episode of Randy Newberg Unfiltered radio show, host Randy Newberg sits down with Charlie Decker and Bob Munson, founders of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation (RMEF) at the RMEF building
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation awarded $205,092 in grant funding to enhance wildlife habitat and bolster hunting heritage programs in the state of Arizona.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has confirmed a report of zebra mussels in Lake John, in Wright County.
Ruffed Grouse Society members raised $70,000 to support the Gullion Data Recovery Project, an effort to preserve Gordon W. Gullion’s ruffed grouse research data, essential information for the…..
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has signed an historic partnership agreement with the oldest and largest Latino advocacy organization in the United States, the League of United Latin…..
The Kansas Wildlife, Parks and Tourism Commission will conduct a public meeting in Burlington on October 22, 2015 at the Coffey County Library, 410 Juniatta Street.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) declined to list the Sierra Nevada red fox under the Endangered Species Act due in part to research conducted in Oregon showing a significant extension.
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) has lifted restrictions on most department-managed lands in eastern Washington, where cooler temperatures have reduced fire danger.