To help make that happen, a fund established in honor of a family that is well-known to the outdoor community will again be awarding grants in 2015.
The Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership announced today that Rod Nelson, Eric Schwaab, George Thornton and Paul Vigano have joined the TRCP board of directors.
The Pennsylvania Game Commission’s Bureau of Information and Education has a new director.
Following a legal decision in federal court, the gray wolf is again an endangered species throughout South Dakota.
The West Virginia DNR announced that at least five areas in the West Virginia state park system will offer First Day Hikes Jan. 1, 2015.
The SDGFP’s Division of Wildlife released the draft five-year elk management plan with a request for comments to be submitted by Jan. 5, 2015, however, that deadline has now been extended to Feb. 6.
The National Bobwhite Conservation Initiative (NBCI) is moving to hire a new forestry coordinator for the 25-state effort after their first coordinator was recently hired.
Biologists from within the Game Commission and across the country are talking about it. If you want to start a lively discussion on Pennsylvania wildlife, just mention coyotes…
Effective immediately, wolves in Minnesota can only be killed in defense of human life…
Citizen input from the Minnesota Governor’s Pheasant Summit soon will be converted into a four-year action plan to increase and enhance grassland habitat on public and private lands.
Michigan Department of Natural Resources conservation officers are seeking information on two separate wolf poaching cases that recently occurred in in Mackinac and Schoolcraft counties..
It’s up to sportsmen, sportswomen, and conservationists to make the public aware of this issue of bogus wildlife “experts” used to promote anti hunting agendas…
The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department has announced that Lt. Jason Batchelder has been named the new director of fish and wildlife law enforcement.
Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) biologists have received a fifth cohort of juvenile whooping cranes at White Lake Wetlands Conservation Area (WCA) in Gueydan…
Federal Court Decision Relists Gray Wolves In Western Great Lakes Region As Endangered Species…
The RMEF, USFWS and State of Wyoming have collectively filed a notice of appeal in the Wyoming wolf case issued by the District Court of the District of Columbia.
Quail hunters and conservationists in Texas have added three Quail Forever chapters across the state’s northern tier.
Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever recently named Jenny Krause and Caroline Couch as the organization’s new outreach coordinators in the states of Iowa and Wisconsin.
The sound of the choppers was a sure sign that biologists with the Division of Wildlife Resources were conducting a pronghorn capture in Wayne County, Utah…
Biologists are preparing to begin the annual winter population count that will determine the minimum number of wolves in Arizona and New Mexico.
While it might be winter, landowners can begin making plans to help wildlife this spring–and beyond –by planting tree and shrub seedlings offered by the Pennsylvania Game Commission’s Howard Nursery
Bird lovers and other winter outdoors enthusiasts are invited to flock to the 2015 Winter Wonder Weekend at North Bend State Park Jan. 16-18….
The AZGFD has announced that program biologists from The Peregrine Fund and Zion National Park have confirmed that two California condors have left their nests and taken flight in northern Arizona.
The Quality Deer Management Association supports the proposed management areas revealed by the U.S. Forest Service for the Nantahala and Pisgah National Forests in western North Carolina.
Safari Club International often operates as a behind-the-scenes asset to hunters everywhere, but its impact on the outdoor industry should not go unnoticed…
The Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership today released a comprehensive list of its Top 10 Underreported Conservation Stories of 2014.
Washington state wildlife officials are temporarily feeding deer to protect orchards in the Pateros area but say widespread feeding of Okanogan County mule deer is not needed at this moment.
Teachers and students across Georgia are invited to honor Georgia’s wildlife and students’ artistic interests by participating in the 25th annual Give Wildlife a Chance Poster Contest.
The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department says it’s alright to put out those bird feeders now that Vermont’s black bears are sleeping in their dens for the winter.
The Michigan Natural Resources Commission last week presented a newly created award to William Rustem for his strong commitment to Michigan’s natural resources throughout a lifetime.