Youth can apply to hunt deer in select state parks and other refuge areas during 17 special deer hunts in October and November.
Backcountry Hunters & Anglers is initiating a national campaign, Stream Access Now, to uphold and expand public access to America’s streams and waterways.
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks’ Becoming an Outdoors-Woman (BOW) program is sponsoring a kayak and camping class August 5 – 7 on the Clark Fork River near St. Regis.
This past March, seventeen attorneys general launched a coordinated effort to investigate, pursue and prosecute companies, think tanks and other organizations who say there is little credible…..
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission’s communications staff won seven awards at the Association of Conservation Information annual conference held July 11-14 in Lake Tahoe, Nev.
Officials at Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park are asking hikers to avoid the area around the mouths of the Big and Little Carp rivers along the Lake Superior Trail
The 2016 edition of “Hunt Arizona,” the Arizona Game and Fish Department’s yearly compilation of big and small game hunting statistics, is now available online.
A recent ruling by the Supreme Court of Oregon in Oregon v Newcomb has created a lot of confusion in the animal world.
The pair of piping plovers nesting on the beach at Island Beach State Park (IBSP) successfully incubated their nest with four chicks hatching on July 2 and 3.
Nearly absent from much of Michigan due to the effects of DDT, other pesticides and habitat loss, Michigan’s osprey population continues to rebound.
Gov. Asa Hutchinson today appointed Bobby L. Martin of Rogers to the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission.
The Ruffed Grouse Society (RGS) was privileged to receive a 2016 APEX Award for Publication Excellence for the 2015 Fall Hunting Special Edition of the Ruffed Grouse Society magazine.
A right of passage, an initiation, a crash-course, call it what you will, but for those who have taken a Kansas Hunter Ed course, they know it’s worth it.
With the increasing use of off-road vehicles in Michigan, Department of Natural Resources conservation officers encourage ORV riders to observe the “TREAD Lightly” program
Officials at Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park have announced the temporary closure for safety reasons of backcountry campsites and cabins in the wake of this week’s torrential rainstorms.
Anticipation for duck season is building. Will we see a strong fall flight of ducks winging south?
The importance of heath and prosperity for the people of Africa is directly tied to the well being of wildlife and particularly big game in Africa.
The reality-based fossil fuel version states: Fuel me for 150 years, fuel me forever – or at least until creative, entrepreneurial spirits can devise reliable, affordable alternatives.
A 320-acre property in southwestern Montana, vital to wildlife and linked to the pages of U.S. history, is now permanently protected.
QDMA is pleased to announce that Mark Turner and Morgan Warda have joined the organization as interns for QDMA’s Education and Outreach Department.
Applications are available for controlled waterfowl hunting permits to be used at two Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department wildlife management areas.
The National Deer Alliance (NDA) recently hosted a special working group in St. Louis to review the USDA Voluntary National Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) Herd Certification Program.
A solo birdwatching trip to an east Arkansas national wildlife refuge last weekend took me physically and mentally away from work’s reports, contracts and budgets.
The Departments of Interior, Agriculture and Defense joined with state and federal partners today to announce the designation of three new Sentinel Landscapes to benefit working lands, wildlife…..
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources today announced that the application period is now open for the Deer Private Land Assistance Network (Deer PLAN) grant program.
It’s almost time to polish up the shotgun, warm up the retriever with some practice throws and don camouflage as the season nears for hunting ducks and geese in Michigan.
It might be too hot for golf, and it could be too hot to fish, but it’s never too hot for froggin’. The Kansas bullfrog season opened July 1 and runs through Oct. 31.
Minnesota’s ruffed grouse spring drumming counts were up 18 percent statewide this year compared to last year, according to a survey conducted by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) has awarded $1.1 million in grants for big game conservation projects in Fiscal Year 2016-2017.
Pheasants Forever & Quail Forever announce Joe Hosmer, 67, and Brett Reber, 57, as newly elected members of the organization’s National Board of Directors.
The final species to be featured in the Living Resources Patch series is Michigan’s state bird, the American robin.
Antlerless deer licenses are days away from going on sale, remember to follow application instructions and pay attention to key upcoming dates.
Women can learn the basics of fishing, hunting, and other outdoor skills in a September weekend workshop that includes sessions led by WDFW experts and other certified instructors.
The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish worked lakes and streams in an effort to help the public stay safe over the Fourth of July holiday weekend.
This week, during Aquatic Invasive Species Awareness Week, the state is asking for residents’ help in declaring Michigan’s independence from the economic and environmental threat of invasive…..
A popular Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Region 6 program that allows children and their families to check out free fishing rods and tackle is in full swing again this year.
I am writing this paragraph from Cody, Wyoming, and if there was ever a red, white and blue town, this is it. Every day here is the 4th of July, and as you can imagine, I love it.
The Arizona Game and Fish Department’s regional office in Kingman has scheduled a one-day desert bighorn sheep viewing opportunity July 30 on the Colorado River, from Willow Beach to Hoover Dam.
NAIA Trust is here to make you aware and keep your rights protected, but we need your help. Please take action today and oppose NJ Senate Bill 63.
The month of July is, on average, the warmest of the year and is a time when many lawn sprinkler systems are running regularly.