Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks biologists have completed their 2016 winter and spring aerial surveys of deer populations across Region 6 in northeastern Montana.
Before hitting the trail, the Arizona Game and Fish Department reminds operators and passengers to do so safely and responsibly by following these 10 tips.
A veteran of Afghanistan and his wife use a semi-automatic rifle to save an eagle on the Independence Day weekend. The Authorities were paralyzed.
Even though it was hit and killed by a vehicle, the fact a wolverine was in northern Utah is exciting to staff with the Division of Wildlife Resources…
There’s a lot of talk around the Great Lakes these days about carp, especially invasive or Asian carp. What about common carp, those monsters of Michigan waters anglers love to battle with fly rods?
In annually naming a Volunteer of the Year, The Duck Hunters Organization celebrates the thousands of selfless, devoted individuals across the United States and Canada…
The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish announced that they will be partnering with Texas Tech University to address low pronghorn fawn survival rates in south-central New Mexico.
The Arizona Game and Fish Department is offering a chance to accompany biologists on an evening of bat netting along the Verde River…
ALPS OutdoorZ is doubling down in its support of backcountry conservation, public access and fair chase hunting by expanding its partnership with Backcountry Hunters & Anglers.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources currently has a vacancy on the Michigan Trails Advisory Council’s Snowmobile Advisory Workgroup.
Recognizing the importance of wildlife habitat conservation which supports South Dakota’s economy and status as “The Pheasant Capital of the World,” South Dakota Tourism has renewed sponsorship.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is accepting a 30-acre conservation easement donation west of Brigham City, Utah, from the Ferry Ranch and Farm family.
Reenactors will portray the days’ events from 1824 during living history weekend July 2-3 at Fort Atkinson State Historical Park (SHP).
Nearly absent from much of Michigan due to the effects of DDT, other pesticides and habitat loss, Michigan’s osprey population continues to rebound.
Many deer managers have constructed small water holes for deer to create complete wildlife habitat that helps attract & hold deer, but you may want to rethink them to prevent EHD.
The summer issue of Universal Hunter is now available on newsstands and online at http://UniversalHunter.Com,
Let Sen. Corman’s office know that Pennsylvania is the only mentored hunting state in the country that bans middle school and high school kids from hunting under the supervision of a mentor.
Population counts are up for several species of ducks that breed in Minnesota, according to the results of the annual Minnesota Department of Natural Resources spring waterfowl surveys.
One of the largest and most intact riparian forests remaining along the mainstem Willamette River is now permanently protected to benefit Oregon’s native fish and wildlife.
Hunters, birders, conservationists and stamp collectors celebrated today as the new Federal Duck Stamp went on sale.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Director Dan Ashe today announced the appointment of Teresa R. Christopher as the agency’s new Associate Director, beginning June 27.
Exactly one week after an adult female black bear was euthanized following an attack on a woman participating in a marathon event on the Valles Caldera National Preserve near Los Alamos, New Mexico.
Watch unedited remarks from Donald Trump Jr. at a forum with outdoor writers and reporters at the TRCP’s Western Media Summit…
During the 2015/16 deer season, Delaware hunters donated 586 deer to DNREC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife’s Sportsmen Against Hunger program.
A health advisory remains in effect at Harlan County Reservoir in Harlan County after high levels of toxic blue-green algae were detected earlier this week.