Pointing out serious concerns that the Commission’s Wildlife Resources Committee has failed…
n a supposed attempt to preserve African elephants, the Obama administration has begun a series of arbitrary decrees that will destroy elephant conservation funding…
The Arizona Game and Fish headquarters office has won TOBY Award of 2013-2014 at BOMA on June 24 in Orlando, Florida.
The MDNR has announced that it will host open houses July 23 in Gladwin and July 24 in Harrison to provide information and receive public comment on proposed forest management treatments for 2016.
The NRA supports efforts to stop poaching and the illegal trade of ivory. However, banning lawfully-owned domestic ivory will have no impact on elephant poaching in Africa…
Not less than 55 percent of income from hunting is contributed directly to the rural communities where sport hunting may be the only source of income..
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s competitive State Wildlife Grants program helped raise a total of $5.6 million in grants for 16 projects in 12 states.
Tanzanian wildlife officials have revoked all hunting licenses and concessions for Green Mile Safari Co for violations in hunting ethics and laws.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has proposed a new policy that would give landowners credit for voluntary conservation actions for at-risk species.
The LDWF has announced that they will begin offering federal duck stamps to waterfowl hunters as an online option starting August 1, 2014.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources has announced that the new Federal Duck Stamp will go on sale around July 17.
Known as the North Fork Quail Forever chapter, the group is a new chapter dedicate to lead wildlife habitat conservation projects that benefit bobwhite and scaled quail.
The U.S. Department of the Interior and Bureau of Land Management was urged to “act promptly and meaningfully to conserve intact and unfragmented BLM-administered public lands across the West.”
The DSC has announced that nominations are currently being accepted through July 30 for a prestigious award that recognizes significant contributions to wildlife and habitat conservation.
The U.S. House Appropriations Committee is supporting the sportsmen’s community by including language on ‘fish, elephants and fire’ in the FY 2015 Interior and Environment Appropriations Bill…
Greenpeace activist confirms every negative story you’ve ever read about this group & their vicious war on dark-skinned women & children, who die from malaria, malnutrition & severe diarrhea…
The CDFW is pleased to announce that California now has an official state amphibian: the California Red-Legged Frog.
Pheasants forever has announced a dedication ceremony to be held for the new Minnesota Veterans State Wildlife Management Area, a project that honors Minnesota’s military veterans.
Quail forever is proud to announce the formation of two new Quail Forever chapters kin Georgia, the new chapters will be dedicated to helping the Bobwhite Plight.
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission has a few tips for land owners who would like to increase the fish and wildlife populations on their property.
The AGFC has announced that a reward is to be offered for any information regarding the recent endangered tern deaths.
Governor Mike Beebe has appointed Andrew Parker of Little Rock, Arkansas as the next commissioner of The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission (AGFC).
The ideal planting time for cool season food plots coincides with three of the driest months of the year, August-October…
The TPWD has announced that turkey’s have been released into the wild as part of a turkey restoration project and due to turkey populations dwindling.
Quail Forever has announced their new chapter; the Indian Creek Quail Forever chapter, which will be active in upland habitat conservation projects in the Hendricks and Morgan counties, and will benefit bobwhite quail.
Obama Administration has begun a series of executive actions. In response to this overreach, Reps Steve Daines (R-Mont.) & Senator Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) have bills to protect gun owners & sportsmen…
When Michigan’s new hunting and fishing license structure was introduced, along with increases in license fees, reactions were predictably mixed…
Would Stop Federal Ban on Decades-old Legal Ivory, Reaffirms Proven Anti-Poaching & Conservation Policies…
DNREC’s Division of Fish and Wildlife has announced that Delaware’s 2014 spring turkey season has set a new state harvest record of 687 birds which surpasses the previous record set in 2012.
Wood from oak wilt-killed trees will produce spores, which can infect healthy oaks if wounded between April 15 and July 15 the following year.
The EPA should be eliminated and its functions returned to the individual states, all of which have their own departments of environmental protection. At the very least, we would save billions…
Michigan’s new hunting and fishing license structure has brought many opportunities to invest in Michigan’s natural resources and improve outdoor recreation and activity opportunities.
The Sherburne Wildlife Management Area has announced that they will host a Wood Stork and Wading Bird Event on Saturday, July 19.
Delaware’s piping plovers and their chicks have survived a long and dangerous weekend at Cape Henlopen State Park.
Have you ever had a really nice food plot that the deer just didn’t seem to use that much, especially during the daylight???
The Pennsylvania Game Commission has announced that their mid-year inventory of bald-eagle nests yet again boast a record total.
The DNREC is currently seeking out volunteers who can report any sightings of wild turkeys for the upcoming 2014 Turkey Brood Survey.
Rangers talk about creepy myths and other wildlife fears sparked by active imaginations or fuzzy senses of geography.
The DNREC has announced David Small as the 10th Secretary of the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control, after being unanimously confirmed following his nomination.
The Izaak Walton League has announced their continued support and sponsorship for National Hunting and Fishing Day, which takes place each year on the fourth Saturday in September.