Starting June 1 2016, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife will restrict target-shooting hours in the Wenas Wildlife Area southwest of Ellensburg to help reduce the risk of wildfires.
Clay Chandler, 20, of Hays was found guilty in the Montana 17th Judicial District Court for the illegal rifle harvest of a bull elk.
The Arizona Game and Fish Department is seeking the public’s help in finding those responsible for the illegal killing of a mule deer doe recently on the Arizona Strip.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is mourning the passing of Jack Ward Thomas, a long-time friend who was instrumental in assisting RMEF…
Chris Moore (32) of Allen, Texas, and Hays residents Chase (27) and Warren (51) Morin were separately charged with violations involving the illegal harvest of a mule deer buck on Bureau of Land…..
Three young archers from the Arkansas National Archery in the Schools Program placed in the top 10 in their respective divisions during the 2016 NASP National Championship May 12-14.
Have you ever wondered how the LA Times, Associated Press, Weather Channel and your local media always seem to present similar one-sided stories on climate change…
The Arizona Game and Fish Department is seeking the public’s help in finding those responsible for the illegal killing of a yearling elk found in the Strawberry area on or about Sunday, May 22.
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission heard the first proposals from wildlife management staff on potential regulations concerning deer hunting and management of chronic wasting disease…..
We need a president who will can lead the world back from the precipice of climate lunacy…
Marking a breakthrough in lion conservation, scientists can now accurately age African lions with a significant degree of certainty.
The IUCN report is practically astonishing in its in-depth, unbiased examination of the role of trophy hunting to wildlife conservation in all its facets…
Kansans are encouraged to nominate a farmer, rancher or private landowner who they believe demonstrates outstanding stewardship and management of natural resources for the 2016 Kansas…..
The Sportsmen’s Alliance Foundation recently submitted comments in favor of delisting of the grizzly bear as a threatened species under the federal the Endangered Species Act (ESA).
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service today celebrates World Turtle Day by addressing the growing threat of unsustainable and illegal trade in native freshwater turtles through a final rule…..
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is accepting letters of interest through June 17 for membership on its Waterfowl Advisory Group.
There are no hard and fast rules when it comes to tick prevention – the only guarantee is that ticks will be around – but a proactive approach can minimize the potential for lifelong health…..
On June 3-5, Fort Sisseton will host its historical festival. The annual event expects a large turnout; previous years have brought in more than 15,000 visitors.
Garbage is irresistible to a hungry black bear. The presence of available garbage encourages bears to change their normal movement patterns and “hang out” in non-traditional range areas.
The National Association of State Boating Law Administrators has named Bryce McVicker the 2016 Brook Brown Boating Officer of the Year. McVicker is a conservation officer for the South…..
WSI Sportswear is once again partnering with Grand Slam Club/Ovis and their Wounded Veterans Hunt Program for Memorial Day weekend with their “buy 1 – donate 1” shirt program.
Dallas Ecological Foundation’s (DEF) Outdoor Adventures program was well represented at the recent NASP program with 200 students from nine North Texas schools participating
Birds will always use a bird feeder if given the chance; unfortunately, other critters may start visiting bird feeders this time of year, too.
California’s Office of Spill Prevention and Response (OSPR) is accepting grant proposals for projects that enhance wildlife habitat and environmental restoration.
The problem of wandering wildlife is not confined to Arizona’s rural communities because even Arizona’s biggest cities are surrounded by deserts, forests and riparian areas.