A special chronic wasting disease 16-day deer hunt in southeastern Minnesota concluded Jan. 15 with one additional case of the disease found among hundreds tested.
Chronic wasting disease (CWD), a fatal neurological disease, was confirmed this week in two female deer from a Mecosta County deer farm.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources will focus actions to slow and hopefully eliminate the spread of chronic wasting disease in southeastern Minnesota.
Oregon State Police and ODFW want to remind you of import restrictions meant to keep Oregon free of Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD).
Chronic wasting disease (CWD) is a fatal disease of the brain and nervous system in deer and elk.
Portions of Holmes and Wayne counties will retain their designation as Disease Surveillance Area (DSA) 2015-01 again this year.
Since May 2015, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources has been actively conducting surveillance for chronic wasting disease (CWD).
Most testing will happen during the opening weekend of the statewide season A firearms deer season that begins Saturday, Nov. 5.
The disease is always fatal and infected deer can appear healthy. Live animal testing is still in development.
Biologists with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission will be taking additional samples to search for chronic wasting disease in southern Pope County, Aug. 1-5.
The Michigan Natural Resources Commission expanded the Core Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) Area to include 17 townships.
CWD has been found in five of these counties since first being discovered in Arkansas in late February.
The Professional Outdoor Media Association (POMA) named Lindsay Thomas Jr., Director of Communications for QDMA, as the winner of the 2016 Pinnacle Award in the Conservation category.
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission heard modified proposals to help slow the spread of chronic wasting disease at its June 16 meeting in El Dorado.
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission heard the first proposals from wildlife management staff on potential regulations concerning deer hunting and management of chronic wasting disease…..
The Pennsylvania Game Commission during 2015 found 12 additional white-tailed deer infected with chronic wasting disease (CWD) – all in Disease Management Area 2 (DMA 2), located in southcentral…..
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission has received confirmation that two additional deer have tested positive for chronic wasting disease in Arkansas.
The first phase of chronic wasting disease sampling by the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission revealed a 23 percent prevalence rate in Newton and Boone counties.
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission has received 23 additional confirmed cases of chronic wasting disease among deer and elk in northern Arkansas, which brings the total to 79.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources has confirmed two additional free-ranging deer have tested positive for chronic wasting disease (CWD), a fatal neurological disease that affects…..
Tune in to the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission’s YouTube channel to catch a broadcast of public meetings held in north Arkansas concerning the discovery of chronic wasting disease in the area.
An elk harvested near Pruitt on the Buffalo National River during the October 2015 hunting season tested positive for chronic wasting disease, according to the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission.
To answer the concerns of deer hunters in areas affected by chronic wasting disease (CWD), QDMA has compiled recommend practices and answers to frequently asked questions in a free document…..
The presence of chronic wasting disease (CWD) in Nebraska deer has spread eastward, according to findings by the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission.
The ever-evolving status of Michigan’s deer herd is showing some very positive results, based on information provided by our DNR.