Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton recently released a letter he sent to Twin Metals—the company owned by Chilean mining conglomerate Antofagasta (now based in London) that wants to build a…..
Everyone loves a good bear story, and at Kahr, we feel like these bears add so much interest to this beautiful piece of property where we go to work every day..
Wildlife art enthusiasts, stamp and print collectors, waterfowl hunters, anglers, birdwatchers and wetland conservationists will gather at 9:30 a.m. Thursday, April 14 at the Dover Public Library…..
Harassment, or “hazing”, of double-crested cormorants is set to begin soon in several areas along the Oregon Coast to improve survival of juvenile salmon.
The Ruffed Grouse Society (RGS) has provided a forestry mulching machine to assist several agencies with their efforts to provide better habitat for a number of wildlife species in West Virginia.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service today announced nearly $5 million in Tribal Wildlife Grants to Native American and Alaska Native tribes in 16 states.
The “bloop, bloop” sound that male sage grouse make, as they strut on their breeding grounds, is one of the most unique sounds you’ll ever hear in nature.
Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation teamed up with the NM Depart. of Game & Fish to provide funding for a continual two-mile right-of-way road easement that provides hunter access to 52,000 acres of public
The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) announced today that Katie Ceroll will serve as division director of parks and recreation beginning April 4.
In year two of elk reintroduction efforts in partnership with the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife and a number of other key partners, 39 elk from Kentucky have reached their new home…..
The Bureau of Land Management’s proposed planning rule, if applied effectively, would make public lands management planning more transparent and more responsive to public input and…..
The Outdoor Recreation Legacy Partnership (ORLP) is a part of the National Park Service’s Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF), which is administered in Kansas by the Kansas Department of…..
Please contact members of the Joint Committee on the Judiciary and urge them to oppose Ivory Ban Legislation!
One of Pheasants Forever & Quail Forever’s longest tenured staff members, Dave Nomsen, was honored last week at the 81st North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference with the…..
Legislation that would enable the Pennsylvania Game Commission to set fees for hunting and furtaker licenses today was moved forward in the state Senate.
Pheasants Forever & Quail Forever recently honored five wildlife professionals for their distinguishing contributions to conservation during the 81st North American Wildlife & Natural Resources…..
The Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana (CRCL) selected Mike Carloss as the 2016 Distinguished Service Coastal Stewardship Award winner.
DOJ vs Climate Change Deniers killing their free speech.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is proud to announce a series of new RMEF-licensed products to benefit sportsmen and women.
For the first time, the Arizona Game and Fish Department will auction off its annual collection of wildlife assets April 2-3 during the 2016 Outdoor Expo at the Ben Avery Shooting Facility…..
Species across the nation will benefit from almost $50 million in funding allocated to state wildlife agencies by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service through the State Wildlife Grants (SWG) program.
The Kansas Wildlife, Parks and Tourism Commission will conduct a public meeting in Topeka at the Kansas Historical Society History Center, 6425 SW 6th Ave. on March 24, 2016.
The New York State Outdoorsmen Hall of Fame proudly announces that it has inducted eight new members, including two posthumously in the Pioneer Category.
Pheasants Forever, Quail Forever, and its partners are excited to announce the formation of Indiana’s Farm Bill Biologist Partnership with the hiring of four biologists to accelerate voluntary…..
Shikar Safari Club International has named New Mexico Department of Game and Fish Corporal Curtis Coburn the 2015 New Mexico Wildlife Conservation Officer of the Year.