From prescribed burning and noxious weed treatments to forest restoration, the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation awarded grants that will fund 15 conservation projects benefitting 8,760 acres of vital….
The term glade didn’t always refer to the cedar-dominated glade we see today. Eastern red cedars took over glades as the result of fire suppression over the past 40-plus years. Glades are………….
The Arizona Center for Nature Conservation | Phoenix Zoo and the Arizona Game and Fish Department are pleased to team up for this new educator professional development opportunity for teachers.
Planting in food plots is nothing new and is recommended by wildlife biologists of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission – but as one of a variety of plantings suggested to augment native foods…….
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Director Dan Ashe today announced the selection of Cynthia Martinez as the agency’s chief of the National Wildlife Refuge System. Martinez, a 21-year veteran of………
Migratory birds throughout the Western Hemisphere will benefit from $3.8 million in grants for 27 collaborative conservation projects across the Americas, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service…
Spring means bird migration, and that makes for prime birding opportunities in Michigan’s woods and waters.
Spring-run Chinook salmon could return to their historic spawning habitat on the North Yuba River under a still-developing agreement involving three agencies and three conservation groups.
As of Today, May 11, 2015, boaters and anglers, residents and nonresidents, are required to comply with new rules to help slow the spread of aquatic invasive species in water bodies across the state.
California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) will hold public meetings to discuss the 2015 update to the California State Wildlife Action Plan (SWAP).
You can find your Murbles during a tournament scheduled Sunday, May 24 at the Pipestem Resort State Park campground.
May is Be Bear Aware Month and the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) reminds the public to act responsibly when in bear country.
From the start of 2014 through the present, six additional cases of chronic wasting disease have been documented in Pennsylvania.
one of the earliest piping plover nests on record in Delaware, with egg-laying typically starting in early May.
Little Beaver State Park new Beckley in Raleigh County will host Three Rivers Avian Center for the Migration Celebration from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Arizona Game and Fish Department officials have not found any cases of Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) in the state’s deer and elk populations.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) and the Arizona Game and Fish Department (AZGFD) released a pair of Mexican wolves into the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests on April 22.
DNR officials announced today that an evacuation order that was in effect due to the St. Helen Trail Fire in Ogemaw County has been lifted and residents can return to their homes.
The state also filed a motion to dismiss the suit based on the court’s lack of subject matter jurisdiction because the plaintiffs are unable to demonstrate that their interests have suffered.
Quail hunters and conservationists in Arizona have embraced a local model for wildlife habitat conservation by adding a new chapter of Quail Forever in the state.
Omaha police shot and killed a mountain lion near 120th and Q streets in Millard on Wednesday evening.
How to make the most of your national park visit this summer? Pair it with a side trip to a nearby national wildlife refuge…..
This is a continuation of a cooperative human-dimensions research program conducted by LDWF’s Waterfowl Section and LSU since 2010.
Several cliff areas are currently closed to protect nesting peregrine falcons.
Ducks Unlimited has been awarded five North American Wetlands Conservation Act grants to support its restoration efforts along the Gulf Coast.
There’s nothing more important to the future of our hunting heritage than getting kids into the great outdoors, and two Mule Deer Foundation chapters in Colorado recently did their part to……
The 10th annual national Endangered Species Day will be celebrated May 15, 2015, with special events and programs that recognize our nation’s efforts to conserve and protect America’s most…………
New statistics recently released by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) show hunters and anglers generated $1.1 billion in 2014.
Leaders in the recreational fishing and boating community yesterday highlighted progress in elevating the importance of saltwater recreational fishing within the nation’s primary law governing……..
Antler genesis is an amazing process and is one of the fastest growing tissues known. The antler growing process for whitetails is an annual event and is regulated by hormones which are controlled by
Two California Fish and Game Commissioners have long remained on the board despite exceeding their official term limit…
Congressional Democrats and Vatican join White House and Leftist assaults on basic rights…
With the support of sportsmen and women, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is defending the new hydraulic fracturing rule today in front of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources…..
You’re mowing your lawn when you notice something moving in the grass. You stop the mower and peer over to find it’s a nest of young rabbits, and the mother is nowhere in sight.
Jennifer Rader, director of Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism’s Southeast Kansas Nature Center, was presented with the KACEE Rising Star Award,
Delaware is home to nine species of bats, several of which have begun their annual move from winter hibernation sites to summer maternity colonies.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources reminds wildlife watchers that spring birding tours – coming up Saturday, May 2 and 9 – are a fun way to celebrate the warmer weather.
The Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission adopted new big game hunting rules for the upcoming season and an interim policy for Willapa Bay salmon fisheries during a public meeting.
Recently off the shores of the Colorado River in Bullhead City and among casinos and boating enthusiasts, a historic agreement was executed at the Bullhead City Chamber of Commerce.
The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) is seeking comments on the 2010-2014 resident Canada goose management plan prior to drafting the next five-year plan for 2015-2019.