Four Ottawa County men ticketed recently for poaching nearly 60 wild ducks from a private agricultural pond near the Grand River watershed were sentenced.
KDWPT regional and district offices will be closed for the Christmas and New Years holidays, Dec. 26, 2016 and Jan. 2, 2017.
This free event is open to hunters ages 12-15. There will be an informational meeting at 7 p.m. Friday, Jan. 6, at the Ramkota in Pierre.
The statewide mountain lion hunting season runs year-round and has no harvest limits. The season is open to residents only.
Kansas Wildlife and Parks Magazine will publish winning entries from the 2016 Wild About Kansas Photo Contest in the 2017 January/February photo issue.
The PGC today announced plans to close two pheasant farms – the Western Game Farm in Crawford County, Northcentral Game Farm in Lycoming County.
Millions of dollars in donated hunts and fishing trips are up for auction at the 45th anniversary of the SCI Annual Hunters’ Convention to be held at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, February 1-4, 201
Trump’s opposition to the global warming alarm is a refreshing change from the Obama administration’s naïve, hugely expensive crusade to ‘save the climate.”
The 2017 vehicle park entry permits for Nebraska state parks are now available on the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission’s website.
Southern Outdoors Group is expanding into the Southeastern U.S. and will be taking meetings at Archery Trade Association Show and Shooting Hunting and Outdoor Trade Show for 2017 opportunities.
The U.S Fish and Wildlife Service today announced it has finalized a rule that will help protect and conserve eagle populations.
In the late 1980s the future for the black-capped vireo, a striking songbird that breeds only in Oklahoma and Texas and northernmost Mexico, looked bleak.
A Monroe County teacher’s proposal to create a bog garden out of a regularly flooded area at her school earned a $1,000 grant from the Georgia Department of Natural Resources.
In response to President-elect Donald Trump’s selection of Rep. Ryan Zinke as U.S. Secretary of the Interior, Land Tawney issued the following statement:
For the past year, Responsive Management has been working with the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife (the Department) on a series of human dimensions studies.
DNREC’s Division of Parks & Recreation is initiating the Corporate Pass Program to offer participating businesses discounted annual passes for employees and other benefits.
More than a decade since An Inconvenient Truth was released, a sequel is set to come out at the Sundance Film Festival
The Michigan DMR today announced a number of snowmobile trail updates and other need-to-know information for snowmobiling throughout Michigan.
Lawmakers over-promised and under delivered on the pending legislation important to hunters and anglers in the 114th Congress.
The Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission removed bald eagles and peregrine falcons from the state list of “sensitive species.”
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources will focus actions to slow and hopefully eliminate the spread of chronic wasting disease in southeastern Minnesota.
Nanney will concentrate his efforts to maximize the efficiency, productivity of quail habitat restoration, management for the state.
The Michigan History Center welcomed Suzanne Fischer as the new director of the Michigan History Museum System last week…
Registration is now open for four educator workshops that will be taking place during the Spring 2017 semester. All workshops are free.
Muchmore is an avid outdoorsman who repeatedly has found ways to bring innovative leadership and a great deal of energy to the programs and initiatives under his direction.