Hunters who wish to apply for the 2015 Arizona pronghorn antelope and elk hunt draw can now do so online.
John Banovich is a long time donor and supporter of Safari Club International and the Safari Club International Foundation as well as a past recipient of the CJ McElroy Award.
An acrylic painting of a tom turkey by Nicholas Markell of Hugo has won the 2016 Turkey Stamp Contest out of eight entries received for this year’s contest, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resourc
A boat prop stolen from a duck hunter near Bayou Meto Wildlife Management Area has been recovered.
Updates from the U.S. Ivory War: Anti-Ivory Bigots Also Take Aim at Washington & California…
Sportsmen’s groups and industry members have launched an aggressive new campaign to rally against efforts by special interests to transfer or sell America’s federal public lands.
The Arkansas Big Buck Classic returns to the Arkansas State Fairgrounds Jan. 23-25. Live animals, tree stands, deer blinds, outfitters, clothing, boats, fishing equipment, exhibits, and demonstrations
The congestion exists for about one mile downstream of the dam. Palarm Creek is the main tributary that was impounded to create Lake Conway.
By this time of the year, most everyone’s hunting season is over or starting to wind down and not many guys are thinking about growing plots or feeding their deer.
Ohio residents are paving the way for the future of conservation with the formation of the state’s newest Pheasants Forever chapter.
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission approved grant awards for the 2015 Land and Water Conservation Fund Stateside Assistance Program (LWCF) at a meeting Jan. 15 in Lincoln.
More people camped in the South Dakota State Parks this past year than ever before.
Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is pleased to announce that it has closed the deal on seven different land projects in four states that permanently protect and conserve 10,565 acres of elk habitat.
The six-episode series premieres Sunday, Jan. 18, at 8 p.m. on Animal Planet.
Having been involved with the TIPs board for more than a decade, QDMA was asked to serve as one of four groups currently on the advisory board of the new Ranger Hotline program.
A pseudorabies outbreak has been confirmed near DeQueen in Sevier County. The outbreak claimed the lives of 10 hunting dogs after they encountered feral swine
These temporary rules are set to expire in June 2015.
It will target improvements on approximately 64,000 acres of key habitat in the Great Lakes states of Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin.
The RGS and AWS have announced new positions focused on development, member relations and outreach tasked to help preserve our sporting traditions through fundraising development and a new program.
U.S. District Court Judge Beryl A. Howell ruled that until wolves are re-established in their historical range which would apparently include New York City, Washington D.C…
The Arizona Game and Fish Department will present their annual workshop for the public on bald eagle natural history at the Pinetop regional office at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 7.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture today announced close to $800 million in funding for locally led solutions to regional conservation challenges in 2015 via its Regional Conservation Partnership.
If so, consider making a donation to the Georgia Nongame Wildlife Conservation Fund tax checkoff when filing your income tax return this year.
Today, Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack announced approved grants from the first round of proposals to the new Regional Conservation Partnership Program (RCPP).
If you can find a way to positively identify each species you spot this year, you just might win the 2015 Kansas Birding “Big Year” competition running Jan.1-Dec. 31.
Sportfishing enthusiasts have a new source of conservation and fishing news in the form of Costa’s Watery Rave blog, which is being reintroduced to the blogosphere this week.
The Orvis Company has agreed to extend the Ruffed Grouse Society and American Woodcock Society Member-Get-A-Member Campaign gift card offer through March 31, 2015…
Outgoing Governor Jan Brewer on Dec. 31 announced the appointment of James Zieler to the Arizona Game and Fish Commission.
I needed to have to gain a deeper understanding of SCI, what they do globally and how they serve their members. After reading through their website, they mean what they say- First For Hunters.
State wildlife managers are seeking public comment on the protective status for tufted puffins and Steller sea lions.
Dr. Jim Unsworth, deputy director of the Idaho Department of Fish and Game, was chosen today as the new head of the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW).
The National Deer Alliance is pleased to announce that Andy Morgan has recently joined the rapidly growing organization.
The Michigan Historical Museum has accepted a valuable collection of objects belonging to Marcus Schaaf, a leading figure in the development and management of the state’s reforestation program.
According to DNR Wildlife Resources Section Chief Curtis I. Taylor. The deadline for submitting artwork is Feb. 20, 2015.
Communities and off-highway vehicle enthusiasts across New Mexico now have safer riding trails.
Calling All Lawyers! Registration for the 2015 Wildlife Law Continuing Legal Education Course is open…
Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Commissioner Tom Landwehr announced two high-level appointments today.
Tennessee residents are making a positive impact for wildlife habitat conservation with the formation of the state’s newest Quail Forever chapter.
Upland bird hunters in California have expanded conservation efforts of “The Habitat Organization” into the state’s capital.
Pheasants Forever has named Trenton Brenny as the organization’s newest Farm Bill wildlife biologist in Wisconsin…