Consider that the federal government spends 2.6 billion annually in grants for climate research, about the only beneficiaries are those “scientists” employed to further the hoax…
Dr. Frank Rohwer, president of Delta Waterfowl today sent a letter to the USFWS Regional Office in California to oppose a recent decision to cease traditional migratory bird programming.
The Coalition of National Park Service Retirees (CNPSR) today announced the induction of its 1,000th member: former NPS Director Gary Everhardt…
I don’t really care for the terms “no-till” or “no-plow” when it comes to food plot products.
The NSSF encourages shooters and hunters to do their part to help prevent wildfires, and offers a poster and audio public announcement containing prevention guidelines.
Grants totaling $265,000 provided by the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation will fund 20 different habitat enhancement projects in 14 different counties in the state of Oregon.
Numerous organizations are stepping up to conserve the Georgia Aster; an uncommon Southern plant that has been in decline for decades , in an effort that should keep it off the endangered species list.
Volunteers are needed for the Habitat Improvement and Family-Friendly Campout near Salt Lake City on Saturday, May 31.
MFWP, the USFWS, the National Park Service, and Tribal wildlife managers will once again begin seasonal scientific capture operations in parts of western Montana this month.
It is the symbol of Big Green’s diehard opposition to hydrocarbons and modern living standards…
This is the ninth year this special day has been recognized around the world with related workshops, restoration projects, exhibits and even a festival at the U.S. Botanic Garden in our nation’s capitol.
On Memorial Day weekend, visitors to South Dakota state parks can take part in special family activities, the programs are excellent opportunities to experience the outdoors with children.
We would like to invite you to attend the 20th annual National Bobwhite Technical Committee meeting, formerly Southeast Quail Study Group…
The Arizona Game and Fish Department’s Region 3 office in Kingman will host two, two-day Desert Bighorn Sheep Workshops July 25-26 and Aug. 1-2.
The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries is offering a “Bear With Us” Educator Workshop on June 2014 in Abbeville, Louisiana.
The ODNR is asking the public to participate in the surveying of wild turkeys and ruffed grouse by reporting sightings in order to help survey the population growth of the two iconic Ohio game birds.
The award recognizes archaeologist Jack Young’s recent work at the Lake Roberts Wildlife Management Area north of Silver City.
Together attendees will explore conservation projects and management approaches in other jurisdictions, and glean from their knowledge and experience…
By implementing a near complete ban on trade in elephant ivory, we are effectively closing loopholes and eliminating the cover provided by legal commercial trade…
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation celebrates its 30th birthday by honoring its past while looking to accelerate its mission in the present and future.
The 9th annual Endangered Species Day will be celebrated on May 16, 2014, with special events that recognize our nation’s efforts to conserve and protect America’s most imperiled species.
In early May, remote cameras on the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest captured several images of what appears to be a black female wolf in the same area where OR7 is currently located.
The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) is reminding people who encounter what appear to be abandoned fawns that they must be left alone and undisturbed.
The 75th anniversary of the state’s first wildlife area will be celebrated Saturday, June 7, kicking off a summer-long series of public events.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service today announced Tribal Wildlife Grants Program awards to federally recognized tribes in 15 states to fund a wide range of fish and wildlife conservation projects.
The article was written by three members of the Catalina Bighorn Advisory Committee and points out that worthwhile wildlife restoration projects are often challenging and require patience.
DNREC’s Nonpoint Source Program will hold its last rain barrel sale date this year for Delaware residents at the New Castle Conservation District office Maintenance Yard, 2430 Old County Road, Newark.
One of the biggest problems with warm season food plots is weed competition. Some are grasses and some broadleaf weeds, but they are all an eyesore and steal moisture and nutrients from your wildlife plots.
The Fish and Wildlife Service spent so much of its $21 million listing budget on litigation & responding to petitions that it had almost no money to devote to placing new species under federal protection…
Hundreds of firefighters from multiple crews have been persistently battling an outdoor brush fire that has blazing out of control since last Wednesday…
USDA opens signup for Voluntary Public Access program, increasing access opportunities, bolstering outdoors-dependent economy.
Now, the task force is spearheading an effort to solicit public input called Encourage Outdoor Washington…
Most comprehensive data set yet of wetlands in U.S. states and territories will aid developers, city planners, regulators in advancing wetland conservation, economic development.
Influential sportsmen leaders, management professionals pledge to participate in ‘Planning 2.0’ to conserve valuable sporting, wildlife and economic resources.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation recently recognized Dr. Tina Brunjes for her leadership and long-standing commitment to Kentucky’s elk restoration efforts…
The female bats return to their colonies pregnant and congregate to give birth and raise their pups. In Delaware, these colonies can often take up residence in barns, garages, attics and homes.
Three judges; Fish and Wildlife Director Saveikis, and local photographers Tony Pratt and Freda Barrett; both DNREC employees, reviewed 31 entries and narrowed them to the top five.
A historic proposal was recently developed by four counties and 25 critical stakeholders that supports a self-sustaining Mexican wolf population in Arizona and New Mexico.
Not all science needs to be done by University grads, and it is entirely possible that some breakthrough science & engineering on lower cost flexible storm barriers will result from this citizen-scientist crowd funding effort…
The conference is sponsored by the New Jersey State Federation of Sportsmen’s Clubs, the Conserve Wildlife Foundation of New Jersey, and the NJDEP Division of Fish and Wildlife…