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.
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 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.
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.
Quail hunters from east-central Kansas have formed the newest chapter of Quail Forever.
The Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership announced today that Rod Nelson, Eric Schwaab, George Thornton and Paul Vigano have joined the TRCP board of directors.
The SDGFP’s Division of Wildlife released the draft five-year elk management plan with a request for comments to be submitted by Jan. 5, 2015, however, that deadline has now been extended to Feb. 6.
The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department has announced that Lt. Jason Batchelder has been named the new director of fish and wildlife law enforcement.
The AZGFD has announced that program biologists from The Peregrine Fund and Zion National Park have confirmed that two California condors have left their nests and taken flight in northern Arizona.
The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department says it’s alright to put out those bird feeders now that Vermont’s black bears are sleeping in their dens for the winter.
The Michigan Natural Resources Commission last week presented a newly created award to William Rustem for his strong commitment to Michigan’s natural resources throughout a lifetime.
Delta Waterfowl’s predator management work continues to show that managing predators on the prairie breeding grounds increases duck production.
Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever announce Marilyn Vetter of New Richmond, Wis. has been elected to the organization’s National Board of Directors…
The Oregon FWC approved the acquisition of two parcels of land in the Willamette Valley that will provide important fish and wildlife habitat as well as outdoor recreation opportunities.
It is expected that by Monday morning, more than 7,000 bear hunting permits will have been obtained by licensed hunters from New Jersey…
The bear species nicknamed “teddy” that inspired the iconic stuffed toy still popular today will likely survive at least another century, according to a new U.S. Geological Survey study.
New Jersey’s eagle population continued to climb in 2014, to 156 pairs. The number of young broke the 200 mark, with 201 fledging from 145 known-outcome nests…
The Department of Natural Resources has honored former Michigan Oil and Gas Association president and CEO, Frank Mortl, with a Partners in Conservation Award.
The commission also recognized the contributions of Rep. John Dingell, who is retiring after an unprecedented 45 years of service as a member…
Ashland University’s new 1,200-square-foot Environmental Studies Center at the Black Fork Wetlands in Ashland, Ohio, is now ready for students to research wetlands first-hand.
AGFC wildlife officer Sgt. Scott Watkins recently received the prestigious Waterways Management Award presented by the National Association of State Boating Law Administration.
Four adult whooping cranes were spotted on Oct. 28 at Cheyenne Bottoms Wildlife Area in Barton County but were gone by the next day.
The Western Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies is continuously accepting landowner applications for 5- and 10-year conservation contracts that will benefit lesser prairie-chickens.
Sitka Gear is poised to make a donation of $20,000 to help solidify the future of elk hunting, conservation and land access.
Mike Rader, Wildlife Education Coordinator for KDWPT, was named Avian Conservationist of the Year by the Kansas Ornithological Society (KOS).
Coaches and participants from scholastic shooting teams across Langlade County have formed the newest chapter of Pheasants Forever.
Leupold & Stevens, Inc. has joined the ranks of other outdoor industry leaders in support of the Inaugural Beretta Conservation Leadership Award Gala…
The National Deer Alliance is proud to announce that the three largest deer hunting and conservation organizations in the nation have now pledged their support to the NDA.
WDFW has lifted restrictions on most department-managed lands in eastern Washington, where cooler temperatures and fall rains have reduced fire danger.
PF and the MNDNR recently dedicated a 112-acre addition to Rich Valley Wildlife Management Area near Hutchinson, Minn., in honor of the legend Dr. Virgil Voigt.
The new 714-acre Wildlife Management Area in Rock County is the second largest land acquisition project completed by Pheasants Forever in Wisconsin.
According to the USFWS, Monarch butterflies are struggling with counts of the insects trending down so sharply that their migration is now under threat.
The Pennsylvania Board of Game Commissioners today gave final approval to a measure that amends the definition of “hybrid” as it relates to migratory birds.
The Pennsylvania Board of Game Commissioners today tabled a proposal to create a permit that would be required for those who don’t hold a valid hunting or furtaker license…