Pigweed (Palmer Amaranth) has been a frequent topic of conversation among farmers and food plot guys in the last several years.
SCI Foundation’s Hunter Legacy 100 Fund (HLF) donated $100,000 to provide the Wildlife Conservation Foundation of Tanzania (WCFT) with vehicles to be used by anti-poaching patrols.
The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department recently expanded a wildlife management area (WMA) in Windham County.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources today announced the award of 20 grant projects totaling more than $4 million, under the Michigan Invasive Species Grant Program.
The Department of Natural Resources today announced that its 20th annual statewide Frog and Toad Survey will begin this spring.
A Jackson County man has confessed to the illegal killing of a small bull elk during the firearm deer season in Otsego County.
This group sends next to nothing to local shelters. So when the watchdog group Humane Watch pointed this out to CPAC management, action was taken and HSUS was shown the door….
Continued habitat loss and declines in bobwhite quail populations in Jackson and Jefferson counties motivated a local group to form the K-16 Chapter of Quail Forever.
The $1,000 scholarship is available to any graduating high school senior in the state of Kansas planning to attend a Kansas college or university.
The Fish and Wildlife Commission will meet Friday, March 6 in Salem to be briefed on the 2014 Annual Wolf Report.
Safari Club International leadership is pleased to announce its New Member Campaign for 2015. New members can join SCI for just $35*.
The MDNR filed an appeal of a December 2014 federal district court ruling that returned wolves in Michigan and Wisconsin to the federal endangered species list and wolves in Minnesota to…
A high-tech research project helped along by a middle Georgia hunt club recently began tracking one of the state’s most rare raptors – a golden eagle.
Discussions of water conservation issues do not have to be filled with gloom and doom drought scenarios or water pollution….
Regional Director for the RMEF and its West Virginia State Chapter President Brian Satterfield presented a Seed Grant check in the amount of $50,000 to the West Virginia DNR.
The registration deadline for teams participating in this year’s Great Texas Birding Classic is approaching quickly…
Delaware’s Division of Fish & Wildlife is seeking volunteers to help monitor the state’s osprey population.
The 43rd Safari Club International Hunters’ Convention in Las Vegas, February 4-7, 2015 brought together hunters from around the world to support conservation and celebrate hunting.
The radicals at HSUS are making it crystal clear that they do not respect the will of the Maine voters – who have twice sent HSUS and their allies packing with resounding defeats on the SAME issue…
Sportsmen & women from Colorado converged on the Colorado State Capitol Feb 25th to protest efforts by members of the Colorado legislature to take control of federally managed public lands…
Pheasants Forever, the Polk County Conservation Board, and the Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) have partnered on the acquisition of the Kal-Den Farms property near Elkhart, Iowa.
Two Bridge City, Texas brothers have pleaded guilty to federal wildlife violations, announced U.S. Attorney John M. Bales…
The Safari Club International Endowed Scholarship has been established in memory of Don McMillan as an endowed fund to benefit the Hamline University School of Law.
As encounters between humans and wildlife continue to grow, it is imperative that these challenges are met to help create positive experiences moving forward.
The Pennsylvania Game Commission wants to remind people living in and visiting the elk range that feeding elk is illegal.
The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife announced the annual art competition to select artwork featured on the 2016 Habitat Conservation Stamp, Waterfowl Stamp and Upland Game Bird Stamp.
This ‘user pays-public benefits’ program directs excise taxes on firearms & ammunition & revenues from hunting & fishing licenses to a fund used specifically for the advancement conservation purposes.
There’s 640 million acres of public federal land in the United States that is open and available for citizens to enjoy year round. This may not be the case if action is not taken soon…
The TRCP applauded today’s announcement by the U.S. Department of Agriculture detailing the 2015 application process and funding levels for the Voluntary Public Access and Habitat Incentives Program.
One day before the doors opened for the Western Hunting and Conservation Expo, the MDF hosted the WAFWA’s Mule Deer Working Group and a meeting with regional USDA Forest Service staff for discussion.